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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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Our visitors from Ecuador and the Go Teacher program had a closing ceremony in August of 2014 on the campus of the University of Kentucky.

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The Center for English as a Second Language at the University of Kentucky bid a bittersweet farewell to ten Korean colleagues and scholars that were a part of the Daegu Ministry of Education program over the past year. On Thursday, February 13th, their diligence, commitment, and excellence in their...

Our visitors from Ecuador and the Go Teacher program had a closing ceremony in the Fall semester of 2013 on the campus of the University of Kentucky. Read more about UK’s unique international partnership that brought the students to campus: ...

Photography by: Keith Gilbertson

In September, the Center for English as a Second Language welcomed a new group of students from Brazil to campus. They are participants in the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program which provides scholarships to undergraduate students for study in the Science, Technology, Engineering and...

Our visitors from Ecuador and the Go Teacher program had a closing ceremony on July, 31, 2013 on the campus of the University of Kentucky. Read more about UK’s unique international partnership that brought the students to campus: bit.ly/16Vix0S Photography by: Dana Rogers

Photography By: Dana Rogers Our visitors from Ecuador continue to explore the Commonwealth and all of its rich, unique treasures – including this past Saturday’s visit to Mammoth Cave National Park! Read more about UK’s unique international partnership that brought the students to campus:...

This year 42 Ecuadorian ESL teachers are visiting the University of Kentucky for seven months studying and teaching ESL in the Center for ESL. This is a $1.1 million grant from the Ecuadorian Ministry of Education, which is subcontracted through Kansas State University. On February 8, 2013,...

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