Assistant Professor of Interpreting
M.I.P., Northeastern University
Stephen Fitzmaurice, MIP, CI, CT, NIC:A, NAD V, EIPA 4.5 is an Assistant Professor of Interpreting: American Sign Language (ASL) and lead faculty for the ASL-English Educational Interpreting program. Stephen is a doctoral candidate at Gallaudet University and holds a Masters of Interpreter Pedagogy degree from Northeastern University. Professor Fitzmaurice has earned several national interpreter certifications including: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Certificate of Interpretation and Certification of Transliteration; National Interpreter Certificate: Advanced; National Association of the Deaf Master Interpreter Certification; and an Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment rating of 4.5. Stephen has worked as a professional ASL-English interpreter for over twenty years and has research interests spanning: second language acquisition; metacognitive processing of interpreters; ASL linguistics; literacy of Deaf children; and educational access via interpreting services.