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Important Dates

March 25, 2013

  • Fall 2013 priority registration for undergraduate students begins. Payment is due August 1, 2013
  • Payment is due June 7, 2013 for summer sessions D and F.
  • Summer 2013 registration begins. Payment is due at time of registration for summer sessions A, B, C and E.

Interested in teaching English at home or abroad? Learn more about receiving a TESOL Certificate or MA at our annual TESOL Open House on Monday, March 25 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Mary Graydon Center 203.

We look forward to seeing you there! Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

For further information about this event as well as the TESOL department, please visit our webpage at www.…more

Type: Information Session

Host: TESOL

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After MARCH 25

Chair Chip Gerfen will meet with term faculty during lunch hour. Dessert and drinks will be provided.

Type: Meeting

Host: Language & Foreign Studies

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Monthly meeting of WLC faculty and staff

Type: Meeting

Host: Language & Foreign Studies

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Dr. Robin Barr, AU's Linguist in Residence, explains the fundamentals of Categorical Preception- the way that the language areas of our brains assign sounds to one distinct phonological category or another - and how it relates to pronunciation instruction.

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Host: TESOL

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The Jack Child Memorial Lecture Series was conceived by Dr. Usasi Chatterjee and includes other colleagues and invited speakers to honor the memory of the late professor of Spanish and University Professor Jack Child. The speakers share information about Professor Child's work and contribution to the Department of World languages and Cultures. The lecture honors his commitment to teaching with …more

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Host: Language & Foreign Studies

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Sarah J. Shin, Professor of Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Visiting Scholar at the Center of Applied Linguistics, talks about her recent book Bilingualism in Schools and Society: Language, Identity, and Policy and discusses the roles of identity and code-switching in multilingual family and educational settings.

This book is an introduction to the social and …more

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Host: TESOL

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