Lecturer, Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Educational Interpreting Program
Calvin Farley is a Lecturer in the Department of the Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Educational Interpreting program in the Department of Theory & Practice in Teacher Education at the University of Tennessee. He earned an MS degree from the University of Tennessee in Teacher Education (American Sign Language teaching) in 2016.
He was previously employed here as an ASL Lab instructor for almost three years and tutored and "coached" all levels of ASL students in the lab. He also was an ASL teacher for Kids U Camp Program and taught 7th - 10th graders twice in summer. Currently, he is the moderator of ASL POP that brings the ASL students to the Deaf community and Deaf-led & ASL events in East Tennessee. He is a very active member of a few Deaf-led organizations in Knoxville and American Sign Language Teacher Association. He is also on the committee of Strategic Planning Teachers and Staff.