Josiebel Sambolin
A warm Welcome to All International Students from the ESL, Dual Admission and Full Undergraduate and Graduate Programs!
Students are going through their Welcome Week, please join us in Welcoming them to our MSOE Family!
ESL-Students
Josiebel Sambolin
So proud of our International Students who completed their Academic Research Paper! Best of lucks in your future endeavors. You did a terrific job today! #msoe.  ESL-Students
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Stop by the Alumni Partnership Center today between 12:30 and 2:00 to see the Advanced level ESL students and their final poster presentations!   Josiebel Sambolin  Daniel Phillips  Katherine Vernezze  Kayla Maule  Mark Anderson  Liang Shen  Charlene Yauch  Christopher Damm  Jane Paige  Tim Valley  Nick Seidler  Mark Fischer  Charles Cline IV  Kip Kussman
Please feel free to attend these presentations.
Josiebel Sambolin
Don't forget to sign up for the Bi-Weekly Book raffle at the Walter Schroeder Library for a chance to win '30000 Years of Inventions.' For more information: http://bitly.com/17gsywL. This raffle ends Februrary 27th @ 12:00PM and is restricted to current MSOE students, staff, and faculty. Be sure to fill out an entry slip on your next visit to the Library!
Josiebel Sambolin
Did you know that just 15 minutes of reading a day will expose students to more than a million words in a year? At MSOE I am sure you guys hit your million words faster than most, but there are kids in our community who don't have books to read. Help us help them. Bring in new or gently-used children's books to the library and Half Price Books will match our gift. Act quickly, the book drive ends 3/4/15. Thank you!
Josiebel Sambolin
originally posted by Christopher KaneView original
ESL Classes start tomorrow (Friday, January 23) at 8:00 AM.  Don't forget to bring your books and registration paperwork (class list from the Registrar's Office).  Don't be late!
ESL Winter Session 2-2015 session starts tomorrow at 8:00am!
Josiebel Sambolin
Handwriting Helps You Learn - Business Handwritten notes vs Typing:
Handwriting makes learning easier..."transcrib[ing] lectures verbatim rather than processing information and reframing it in their own words is detrimental to learning."

Josiebel Sambolin
Merry Christmas from the ESL Department!!
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