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Dr. Mike Igoe Biography Mike Igoe is an Assistant Professor of Communication in the prestigious State University of New York system at its Fredonia campus (near Buffalo and Niagara Falls, New York). His areas of specialty are broadcast journalism, public speaking/ professional presentations, and media law. He earned his...

Good communication skills are a necessity in your personal and business life. Some people are naturally good communicators. For everyone else, communication is a skill that must be nurtured. With a little time and effort, no one will ever know you weren't born with the...

Throughout the fall semester the CLE will be running faculty-led workshops for students covering a wide variety of topics. Each week will have a unique topic and will be presented twice during the week. See below for details. Please note: Venues and times may change closer...

English for Graduate Studies This is an integrated skills-based course for Master’s students at SUSTC. Its primary focus is to help participants develop as writers within the international academic community by raising awareness of, practicing and reflecting upon the conventions of written texts in English....

Chinese as a Foreign Language This is a course for international students who are studying at SUSTech, to help promote students’ Chinese language skills....

TOEFL Preparation This is 32 hour course to prepare students to be successful in the TOEFL test. Students will get to know the TOEFL test structure and will learn important test taking strategies. IELTS Preparation (subject to sufficient demand) This is 32 hour course to prepare students to...

Fundamentals of Public Speaking The goal of this elective course is to promote students’ public speaking skills. With an emphasis on application of content, this course requires students learn to deliver effective speeches and presentations through applying the principles learned in class. Students need to read...

English for Academic Purposes 1 Reading, writing, listening and speaking are interrelated and interdependent. This course integrates the four skills with a primary goal of building academic English skills. It aims to help students acquire academic English skills in order to better enable them to pursue...