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Organized by our most senior employee and director of partnerships Ms. Lina Crocker, CESL threw a Christmas party at the Alumni House on the University of Kentucky Campus.  There was plenty of food, fun, and merriment!

Every session, CESL celebrates their top students at our CESL Stars and Awards Ceremony.  Students first listen to a speech by successful CESL Alumni, and then those student whose acheivements went above and beyond last session are honored.  The speaker this time was Minen Al-Kafajy, who became...

On November 11, 2015, Moise Djigenou, a former CESL Student, spoke to ESL students about the difficulties of learning English, the importance of perseverence during second language acquisition, and the rewards of being steadfast in your studies.

When asked by a student what his "big...

Few traditions are as time-honored in the United States as the Fall Festival.  Traditionally, the Fall Festival is a celebration of the beginning of the harvest season, however in modern culture it is more a celebration of the end of sickly, hot summer days, the beatiful new colors and flavors...

Our visitors from Ecuador and the Go Teacher program had a closing ceremony on August 7, 2015, in the LexMark Room of the Main Building on the campus of the University of Kentucky. This is the fourth cohort of GTPE students that have some through CESL - Congratulations!

CESL students made a trip to Fort Harrod and Shakertown on Saturday, July 18th. It was a beautiful day and we had dinner at Cracker Barrel.

Amongst of all the CESL students, Saudi and Brazilian students were especially fascinated with the guns displayed, while female students enjoyed all...

The Center for English as a Second Language traveled to Berea, Kentucky to take in the sights and the sounds of that city's craft festival. The group visited different student workshops and learned from regional experts about different musical instruments like the dulcimer as well as Appalachian...

On Saturday, June 20, 2015, Lina Crocker, Senior Lecturer at the Center for English as a Second Language, and her husband led a group of 40 CESL students on a trip to the Cincinnati Zoo. The visit was a special experience for the students, many of whom had not previously been to a zoo.

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