Friday, August 24, 2007

Welcome to Southern Illinois!

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Folk Tale Contest Winners

The winning folk tales have now been restored so that people can read them; they now appear on the new EAP2 weblog. Both writers were from the EAP2 classes. They are:

One of the Most Beautiful Love Stories, a folk tale from Nam-won, Korea, by Sung Jun Ha


Japanese Folk Tale: Princess Kaguya, by Ayuko Watanabe

Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to everyone who entered!

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Congratulations, Graduates!

First, to CESL teacher Diana Trebing:
Ph.D., Speech Communication

But also to former CESL students:
Ya-Ting Yang, Master of Accountancy
Masaki Kitagawa, Master of Business Administration
Chia-Hsin Tsai, Master of Business Administration
Nut Tiranasar, Master of Science, Manufacturing Systems
Sang Pill Han, Master of Science in Education, Kinesiology
Eugene Chanho Park, Bachelor of Science, College of Applied Science and Arts
Hiromasa Kambayashi, Bachelor of Science, College of Business and Administration, summa cum laude
Khanh Quoc Tran, Bachelor of Science, College of Business and Administration, cum laude
Chun-Hsiung Chuang, Bachelor of Science, College of Engineering
Miki Matsumoto, Bachelor of Arts, College of Liberal Arts

Are there more? If so, we'd like to know! Again, CESL wishes you:
Congratulations and good luck in your future!
Don't forget us- we won't forget you!


Folk Tale Contest Winners

Congratulations to SungJun and Ayuko- you've won the folk tale contest! These folk tales will be made available soon for the world to see- their web versions have been lost in a tragic accident!


The EAP2 weblog has been deleted by accident. Folk tales, everything....
Oh well! EAP2 students please send along the URL of your own weblog...