Priscilla Faucette

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Krissa Guevarra selected for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program

Congratulations to Krissa Guevarra who has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship! Krissa will be teaching in South Korea in 2024. We congratulate her on representing UH Manoa, the SLS department, and the ELI in this outstanding accomplishment! The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the nation’s largest study abroad fellowship program, facilitating cultural …

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Laura Bacchus presents Grammarly workshop to ELI classes

ELI instructor Laura Bacchus presented a free workshop on the online editing tool, Grammarly, in various ELI classes this April. The workshop showed ELI students how they could use Grammarly to help edit their papers, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of using this tool. This workshop helped students by walking them through the …

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Learn how to use Grammarly to improve your writing at this free workshop!

Grammarly is a free online editing tool that can help you improve your English writing, whether you’re writing papers for your classes, drafting an email to your professors, or just making a social media post! ELI instructor Laura Bacchus is hosting this free workshop on April 5th, from 11:30 am to 12:45 pm at Moore …

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ELI student Yuki Kawahara wins PACE innovation award

Congratulations to Yuki Kawahara, who recently participated in the UH Breakthrough Innovation Challenge competition held by the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) and was one of the winners! The UH Breakthrough Innovation Challenge is an entrepreneurial competition where participants pitch their innovative business idea to a panel of judges for a chance to win …

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The 2022 ELI (Halloween) Coffee Hour

On October 28th, the English Language Institute hosted its annual Coffee Hour to celebrate Halloween and provide students the opportunity to converse with each other in a relaxed environment! This fun social event included coffee, drinks, and snacks, as well as activities like board games, a tarot reader, a guessing game, and conversation starters. For …

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ELI and HELP students featured in Ka Leo article

A new article in the Ka Leo, UH Manoa’s student newspaper, talks about the University’s exchange student program. Written by ELI student Yi-Ting Liu, the article also features statements by Kenji Yoshizaki, who is also enrolled in the ELI, and Juli Ji, an exchange student enrolled in the Hawaii English Language Program (HELP). You can …

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