The first New York-Nanjing Translation Forum, organized by the M.S. in Publishing Program at Pace University and the School of Foreign Studies at Nanjing University, China, was held on May 3rd, 2019.
The forum is an international academic seminar focusing on Chinese and English translation theory and practice. It is co-sponsored by the Project for Developing Chinese Language Teachers in NYC, Chinese Language Teachers Association of Greater New York, Confucius Institute at Pace University, Nanjing Yilin Press, Nanjing Translators Association, and Shanghai UTH International.
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We are pleased to announce the winners of the Edgell and Littleford scholarships. Congratulations to Anita Ofori and Errin Taylor Maye, this year’s winners! They wrote essays which showed their knowledge and excitement of B2B magazines. We wish them the best of luck and hope this encourages them to continue their journeys with the B2B industry.
These scholarships are eligible for the spring semester to students who hold an interest in B2B magazines. To find out more about this scholarship for next year, click here.
Tamora Pierce is celebrating her birthday this month (December 13th). Her most popular series is The Song of the Lioness
which is about a young woman, Alanna, who pretends to be a male to achieve her dream to become a knight in her kingdom of Tortall.
“What people tell me they take away from my books is that they can shape their lives, they can achieve their own dreams. And certainly that’s what I want them to take away.”
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Hello M.S. in Publishing students! We hope that you had a great Fall semester and are looking forward to the holiday break. Here is a little reminder of upcoming Spring events and opportunities that you should be aware of:
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“After attending the mentoring sessions, I’m confident that my revised resume and cover letter will help me secure a job that I’m passionate about in the future.” Ayana Underwood
The Fall 2018 Semester offered two 3-week mentoring sessions for students graduating this upcoming winter or spring to receive job and interview advice from Professor Bette Rockmore. The sessions took place in September and October and met on a weekly basis for three weeks at the Midtown Campus, where students were able to work with their peers and Professor Rockmore to help refine their job searching skills to prepare them for the completion of the program.
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