Conversation Partners: A Friendship from Across the Pond Continue Reading

by Matt Raudsep, WAL Student Nearly ten years ago, I signed up at WAL (Washington Academy of Languages) for a Japanese conversation partner. I was 40 years old, and my conversation partner was to soon be 20! I thought, “Ok,…

Using technology to help learners develop listening skills on their own Continue Reading

by Richard West, TESOL Instructor Listening can be one of the hardest skills to help your students develop, especially as many materials and curricula focus on a fairly narrow set of tasks and methods. Luckily, there are a wide number…

Teaching English through Music, A Practical Guide for Teachers Continue Reading

by Christie Cassel, ELP Instructor Do you love music? Most people do, at least to some degree. We connect with music on an emotional level and the lyrics can become imprinted our brain (for better or worse). Can you think…

CityU's 5th Annual MBA Case Competition Continue Reading

Congratulations to the 2018 MBA Case Competition winners, Nailia Gibadullina, Minh Truong Nguyen, Jasveer Kaur, Clark Jason Ngo, Yang (Cecilia) Li and, Tuan Khai! Launched in 2014, the MBA Case Competition challenged students to act as company employees to examine…

One student achieves his dream of starting his own counseling practice Continue Reading

Deciding to pursue a master’s in counseling can set you on a path toward influencing the lives of others in very positive ways. Although it can be a difficult decision for some, James Voss knew from the start that he…