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.
The American Translators Association (ATA) will host its 54th Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas November 6-9. This conference showcasesdiverse panel discussions, expert presentations, training workshops, andscholarly papers. Both general and language-specific sessions will beoffered. The conference also offers language professionals one of the bestopportunities to network with colleagues. For conference information seehttp://www.atanet.org/conf/2013/
For questions, contact
Ms. Lauren Mendell,
Member Relations and OfficeManager
Phone: +1-703- 683-6100, extension 3001
Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals for the S&TD track at the San Antonio conference.
Planning early for the upcoming ATA conference in San Antonio [link:http://www.atanet.org/conf/2013/]? Pencil in a Wednesday afternoon site tour of a brewery ending with a beer tasting. We will go in a group and return in time to attend the opening reception.
We have posted a new article on our blog [http://ata-sci-tech.blogspot.com/]:
We have also posted the latest reports from the Administrator to the ATA Board under the Official Business tab, updated the Leadership Council information page and added to the "Engineering Resources" section.
The New England Translators Association (NETA) will be hosting its 17th annual conference in Boston on May 4th, featuring keynote speaker Gene Bell-Villada, who will be discussing "Third Culture Kids" and the fields of translation and interpretation. Early Bird registration is available until April 14th. As always, a sitting of the ATA certification exam has been scheduled for the following day, May 5th.
We have posted a new article introducing our new blog editor, Amy Lesiewicz, on the division blog: www.ata-sci-tech.blogspot.com/.