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  1. Nov. 7, 2019 Using zombies to teach teamwork
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    EMLS instructors Claudia Labahn and Winona Phachanla created an escape-room-style educational challenge designed to develop students’ teamwork skills. The challenge was designed using the four C’s—collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. 

  2. Oct. 25, 2019Jeff Wilson delivers keynote speech at Duke University symposium

    On October 12 Jeff Wilson presented the keynote address at a Duke University symposium, “The Philip Kapleau Papers: Zen Buddhism in Post-World War II Japan and the United States.”  The symposium celebrated the donation by the Rochester Zen Center of letters, tapes, photographs, and other materials related to its founder, Philip Kapleau.  As Jeff explained in his talk, “Grist for the Mill: The Philip Kapleau Papers in Context,” the papers represent a treasure trove of materials that will now be professionally preserved for current and future generations of researchers.  Similar archives, suc

  3. Oct. 24, 2019Exploring the impact of on-line blogging in an EAP pronunciation class

    Christa Schuller and Maggie Heeney presented at the 11th annual Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching (PSLLT) Conference which was held September 12-14, 2019 at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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