University of Northern Colorado Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies Campus Box 106 Greeley, CO 80639
M.Ed. in Adult Learning, specializing in Interpreter Pedagogy, Northeastern University,
B.A. in English and Secondary Education, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
A.A.S. in ASL-English interpreting, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA
Teaches the three-course series on consecutive interpreting for the ASL-English Interpretation
Teaches as an adjunct instructor for the interpreting programs at the Community College
of Baltimore County and Gallaudet University
Nationally certified ASL-English Interpreter through the Registry of Interpreters
for the Deaf (CI and CT)
Research/Areas of Interest
Translation as the foundation for interpretation
Interpreters as cultural mediators
Stein, K. (2016, Sept.). Beyond words into worlds: Deaf-hearing cultural mediation for interpreters. Presentation through the Virginia Department of Education's Educational Interpreters
Grant, Virginia Beach, VA.
Stein, K. (2015, Apr.). Using the Gish Approach to create cohesive interpretations. Presentation through the Virginia Department of Education's Educational Interpreters
Grant, Richmond, VA.
Blattberg, S., and Stein, K. (2013, Feb.). Team interpreting. Presentation for the meeting of Malach Israeli Sign Language Interpreters Association,
Tel Aviv, Israel.
Stein, K. (2011, Nov.). What can translation skills do for me? Setting a foundation for interpreting. Presentation for the annual conference of the Potomac Chapter Registry of Interpreters
for the Deaf, Washington, DC.
Blattberg, S., and Stein, K. (2011, June). ASL-English interpreting in the US. Presentation for the meeting of Malach Israeli Sign Language Interpreters Association,
Tel Aviv, Israel.