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Center for English Language Learning mentioned in Al-Fanar


Published Jan. 31, 2017

The MU Center for English Language Learning was recently mentioned in Al-Fanar, Arabic media on higher education. The article, "Iraqi Universities Focus on Teaching English," talks about training that Southern Technical University faculty participated in at CELL. Read more about the CELL Professional Development program.

Conversation Partner Program featured on “Radio Friends with Paul Pepper”


Published Nov. 18, 2016

Radio host Paul Pepper interviewed Debbie Parker, coordinator of the Conversation Partner Program, and IEP student Chuqiao (Candace) Wu on his show Friday, Nov. 18. They discussed how to join the program and the benefits of having a conversation partner for both international students and Americans. You can watch the interview in this nine-minute video:…

MU Center for English Language Learning now a member of UCIEP

Published Oct. 27, 2016

The University of Missouri Center for English Language Learning has been accepted as a member of the prestigious Consortium of University and College Intensive English Programs. UCIEP was founded in 1967 and currently has 79 member programs located in 32 states and the District of Columbia. Membership is limited to university- and college-governed English language…

Iraqi English language instructors from Southern Technical University participate in CELL Professional Development Program


Published Oct. 11, 2016

CELL hosted four English language instructors from Southern Technical University of Basra, Iraq.

Maeva Boko, former IEP student, wins MIDTESOL essay award


Published July 24, 2016

MIDTESOL, the Mid-American Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages association, honored former IEP student Maeva Boko with the Best ESL Student Essay award for her essay on creativity. She wrote the essay in IEP instructor Mary Browning's level 5 reading-writing class in spring 2016. Congratulations, Maeva! A copy of the winning essay can…