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University of Kentucky - Center for English as a Second Language

 

 

Learn more about CESL: esl.as.uky.edu

The Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) at the University of Kentucky provides comprehensive English language instruction for non-native English speakers in a university setting. At the Center for English as a Second Language, we assist students in achieving language proficiency goals for academic, professional, and social purposes through multi-level language instruction. The Center for English as a Second Language is dedicated to promoting diversity and to providing reciprocal cultural enrichment opportunities to the University, the community, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

 

 

The Committee on Social Theory Presents: Dr. Lori Watson

 

 

02/05/2016 Lori Watson

The Committee on Social Theory is excited to announce the first lecturer of the Spring Lecture Series, Lori Watson. Lori Watson is Associate Professor of Philosophy and director of the Gender Studies Program, University of San Diego. Dr. Watson's lecture will address "Sex Equality and Public Reason." Reception to follow at 5:30 p.m. in the Gaines Center Commonwealth House.

 

 

Biology and Chemistry Chairs Onsite at the Academic Science Building

 

 

Department of Biology Chair Vincent Cassone and Department of Chemistry Chair Mark Meier recently visited the Academic Science Building construction site to discuss the ways in which the building will transform science education on campus. The Academic Science Building is scheduled to open Fall 2016.

 

 

The Committee on Social Theory Presents: William Nericcio

 

 

"Chicanosmosis and the Transnational Imaginary (Imaginary): 21st Century Mextasy in and Beyond the Ivory Tower"

Dr. William Nericcio Professor of English and Comparative Literature & Chicana/o Studies San Diego State University

April 24, 2015 University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

The Committee on Social Theory Presents: Floya Anthias

 

 

"Transnational mobilities and translocational belongings: reflecting on identities and inequalities"

Floya Anthias Professor of Sociology University of East London

April 3, 2015 University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

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