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- Ph.D. Harvard University
- M.A. Harvard University
- B.A. Tufts University, summa cum laude
- Exchange, Paris-Sorbonne, Semiotics ** Specializations
HONORS AND AWARDS
- 2016 President's Council Worlds Ahead Faculty Award, Florida International University
- 2015 Excellence in Research Award, Florida International University
- 2014 International Latino Book Award for U.S. Immigration Reform, Los Angeles
- 2014 Nominated, Pulitzer Prize in U.S. History for U.S. Immigration Reform, NY
- 2013 Excellence in Advising and Mentoring Award, Florida International University
- 2010 Human Resources Development Recognition, Telemundo Network
- 2010 Excellence in Engagement Inaugural Award, Florida International University
- 2010 Clarion Award, Catholic Academy for Communication Arts Professionals
- 2010 100 Latinos en Miami, Asociación FusiónArte, Madrid
- 2009 Arthur C. Helton Human Rights Award, American Immigration Lawyers Association
- 2009 Top Scholars from Across the Disciplines, Florida International University
- 2009 Sister Maureen T. Kelleher Altruism Award, Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center
- 2009 Humanitarian Award, Republic of Guatemala, Ministry of Foreign Relations
- 2008 Linguist of the Year, Inttranet Global Translators Network, Rouen, France
- 2008 President‟s Commendation, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- 2002 Excellence in Research Award, Florida International University
“Court Interpreter Ethics and the Role of Professional Organizations.” Interpreting in a Changing Landscape: Proceedings of the 6th Internacional Critical Link Conference (Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2011.
FIU Magazine: Interview w/Dan Grech, “Breaking the Silence: Interpreter and FIU professor Erik Camayd-Freixas gave voice to 500 undocumented workers in court and found his own in the process.” March 11, 2009.
Global Atlanta: Phil Bolton, Interview with Dr. Erik Camayd-Freixas, April 30, 2009.
- Part I U.S. Immigration Policy Broken
- Part II Myth: Immigrants Take Jobs from American
- Part III For a Just Transnational Workers Program
Tempos Novos. “Entrevista” por Óscar Curros. Galicia. Nov. 2010.