May 19, 2012

University of Louisville Has First Graduates from Sign Language Program


University of Louisville has first graduates from sign language program
by Joseph Lord
May 12, 2012

Ashley Finn came to the University of Louisville unsure of what she wanted to do for a living. She majored in English but became enamored with another language — sign language — after taking a course in it.

Not long after, U of L created a new major — officially, “American sign language interpreting studies” — designed to supply sign interpreters for the deaf community.

She signed up and on Saturday became one of the program’s first 10 graduates.

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