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When she graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a degree in American Sign Language (ASL) and theatre arts, Christina Whitehouse-Suggs ’99 was ready to tackle whatever situation came her way. “Every single one of my classes prepared me for my career, since interpreters are called to be generalists in an age of specialists,” she explained. “Interpreters need to be ‘renaissance people’ who know a little bit about everything with the ability to use critical thinking and split-second application in highly contextual environments.”
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Office of University Communications, "GWU Liberal Arts Education Prepared Alumna for Ministry in a Variety of Settings" (2017). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 700.