Welcome to the website of the American Translators Association’s (ATA) Science and Technology Division (S&TD). Take a look around to learn more about us. If you are a professional translator or interpreter and are not already a member of ATA or the division, we encourage you to join here.
We're delighted to have Distinguished Speaker Marcia Riefer Johnston
confirmed for ATA 56 in Miami. Her session will be a Preconference Seminar on November 4. If you would like to organize a social event for the division in Miami?anything from a dinner to a site tour?please get in touch with Karen Tkaczyk at karen at mcmillantranslation.com.
We have posted a new article on our blog:
- "Busted by the Copyright Police", by Matthew Schlecht
Did you know that our Division has a Facebook group? Join us and share information related to ATA Science and Technology Division activities or that may interest the members.
Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals for the annual conference in Miami! We will be posting updates about the conference program as they become available.
Have you read the blog
lately? We welcome posts on items related to scientific and technical translation.
Did you know that our Division has a LinkedIn group? Join us
and share information that may interest other S&TD members.
The New England Translators Association (NETA) will be hosting its 19th annual conference
in Natick, MA on May 9. Its keynote speaker will be Dr. Arthur Goldhammer, award-winning translator of Thomas Piketty's bestseller Capital in the 21st Century. Early Bird registration is available until April 15th. A sitting of the ATA certification exam has been scheduled for the following day, May 10.
We have posted the latest reports from the Administrator to the ATA Board under the Official Business tab
and updated the Leadership Council information page.