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NEW Grad ELL Course!

New Grad Ell Course: Professional Writing and the Job MarketProfessional Writing and the Job Market course teaches students concise, effective writing style for emails, CVs, academic biographies, grant proposals, etc. The course is open to all Rutgers graduate students for the Spring 2021 semester.

Did you know the Grad ELL program:

* Offers FREE, non-credit classes to help ALL Rutgers graduate students improve their academic writing and communication skills?
* Offers individualized attention and small group revision opportunities.
* Improves work that grad students are already doing, like writing thesis chapters, research articles or dissertation presentation prep.
* Offers courses each semester to support Rutgers graduate students in achieving their goals.

For more information and to register contact Dr. Mark Keitges, Grad ELL Director: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Why join a GradELL Conversation Group?

Grad Ell Conversation GroupsThis semester's graduate conversation groups:

* Are based on student availability and completely voluntary
* Discussion topics are student selected
* Are a safe place to practice conversational English
* Encourage community, friendship, and connection in a virtual space
* Build speaker confidence
* Will be offered throughout the semester

All Grad ELL students are encouraged to participate!

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Language and Social Justice Initiative 2021-2022 Webinar Series

LSJ Webinar imageYou are cordially invited to our first webinar on "Multidisciplinary Approaches to Examining the Relationship between Language and Issues of Social Justice".

Our speakers will discuss research, scholarship and teaching practices on language and social justice in Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, and Anthropology. 
This structured, topic-based program discusses issues related to language and social justice with a focus on intersectionality with different fields of study, interdisciplinary scholarship, and community building while providing a safe space for Rutgers students, staff, faculty, and alumni to share their feelings and experiences with other members.

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Strategies for Expanding Your Vocabulary

SM Post 12.2.2020 EAD ROSE EventEAD @RELI Fall 2020 Presents:

Strategies for Expanding Your Vocabulary

Presenter: Dr. Nicole Houser, Director of Rutgers English Language Institute 

JOIN ONLINE WORKSHOP 

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In this workshop, you will learn the most effective and efficient approaches to expanding your vocabulary. We will review strategies that focus on text analysis as well as the most productive ways to use translation tools and applications.


This event is sponsored by the EAD-ROSE Academic Support Team at the Rutgers English Language Institute, Department of English - Writing Program.

Refining Your Personal Brand

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EAD @RELI Fall 2020 Global Conversation Series:

Refining Your Personal Brand

Friday, December 4th, 2020
9:00am-10:00am EST

Guest Speakers: Dr. Sengun Yeniyurt and Dr. Weiwei Chen, Rutgers Business School 
Moderated by: Professors Miheala Caponegro, and Sara Perryman, Rutgers Writing Program

All Students Welcome!

For more info contact: Mihaela Caponegro: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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How to Connect Multimodal Sources

RELI UPCOMING EVENTS INSTAGRAM POST EAD-ROSE Academic Support Presents:

How to Connect Multimodal Sources

Wednesday, November 18, 2020
8:00 am, EST

Presenter: Prof. Michael Mendonez

EAD students are encouraged to attend this workshop to learn:

- What does synthesis mean?

- How can you connect ideas between audiovisual sources 

  and written texts?

- How can you connect sources of different topics?

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Celebrating International Education Week: Nov. 16 - 20, 2020

SM IEW Kick off Post 1of5International Education Week (IEW), November 16th to 20th, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This year, RELI is commemorating the occasion by honoring our multilingual and multinational students and scholars for making Rutgers a globally connected community.

Throughout the week, we will be highlighting how our students and scholars have met the challenges of 2020 with a sense of engagement and resilience by sharing their responses to the following question: 

"What inspires you and keeps you resilient during challenging times?"

Follow our social media accounts to read more on how our students are Engaged, Resilient and Global. 

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 To participate, share your response HERE

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Call for Proposals: "Educational Diversity Around the World: Global Perspectives on Teaching and Learning"

Square GradELL CFP for Educational Diversity PanelCall for Proposals: 

The Graduate ELL Program is excited to invite Rutgers international graduate students to join the "Educational Diversity Around the World: Global Perspectives on Teaching and Learning" scheduled for Spring 2021 (exact date, TBD). 


Proposal deadline is December 22, 2020


Email proposals to Dr. Mark Keitges, Graduate ELL Director, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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