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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Story Map Presentation

Students in Robin Rhodes-Crowell’s pedagogy class, LANG 4001/EDUC 4002 will present sixteen new countries for the ESL course story map at the Festival of Scholarship and Creativity on April 29, 2016 at 1:45 in Carnegie 10. The map now represents teaching English in thirty-one countries around the world. The map can be viewed here.

"Social Science and Social Justice: Research to Promote LGBT Health and Rights in New York State"

Social science research can be used to support social justice for LGBTQ communities in a variety of ways. It can illuminate the underlying causes of social problems, provide scientific evidence of the existence and outcomes of those problems and suggest new ways of rectifying injustice.

On-Campus Recruiting: U.S. Peace Corps Info Session!

The Peace Corps has been a leader in international development and citizen diplomacy for more than 50 years across more than 140 countries. In an increasingly interdependent world, we tackle challenges that know no borders—such as climate change, pandemic disease, food security, and gender equality and empowerment. Although times have changed since the Peace Corps' founding in 1961, the agency's mission—to promote world peace and friendship—has not.

On-Campus Recruiting: Apogee Adventures Info Session

At Apogee Adventures, we pride ourselves on attracting the very best leaders in the business. Through years of experience, we’ve found that applicants who are responsible, level-headed, and adaptable make the best trip leaders and staff members. Our leaders thrive on challenge, enjoy living in the outdoors, and love working with young people. Working with Apogee presents an outstanding opportunity to inspire young people and realize your own leadership potential. If this is you, we can’t wait to hear from you!   

Postponed! On-Campus Recruiting: U.S. Peace Corps Info Session!

The Peace Corps has been a leader in international development and citizen diplomacy for more than 50 years across more than 140 countries. In an increasingly interdependent world, we tackle challenges that know no borders—such as climate change, pandemic disease, food security, and gender equality and empowerment. Although times have changed since the Peace Corps' founding in 1961, the agency's mission—to promote world peace and friendship—has not.

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