A.C.E.

Category: A.C.E. at SPU


Friends, Food and Fun – A.C.E. Helps Students Share Cultural Perspectives

If you ask Aki, Japanese student at A.C.E. Language Institute at Seattle Pacific University, what makes studying in the U.S. so challenging, she might mention how difficult it is to express herself in a second language. “When I have to…

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Creating Cross-Cultural Conversations for Students at A.C.E. and SPU

A.C.E. Level 3 students got the opportunity to meet local Seattle Pacific University students up close and personal on January 29, 2016.  As part of their final exam project, Instructor Sally Thomas asked students in her Listening, Communication & Grammar…

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Proyecta 100K Summer Tour – Mexican Students Bring Curiosity and Passion to Seattle

Proyecta 100,000 is “an initiative to increase international study in Latin America and the Caribbean.  The purpose is to foster region-wide pros­perity through greater international exchange of students, who are our future leaders and innovators.” – US Department of State….

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SPU Student Volunteer at A.C.E and Study on Cultural Perspective

By Naomi Chandra, former A.C.E. volunteer and senior at Seattle Pacific University, majoring in Communications with a minor in Women’s Studies I had the opportunity to volunteer at A.C.E. this winter and my focus was working with their female students….

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Uncovering the Similarities of Faith – A.C.E. Students Share with Local Students

On April 21, 2015, a group of Muslim women from A.C.E. Language Institutes at Seattle Pacific University visited Holy Names Academy in Seattle. Holy Names is an all girls Catholic school located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The Muslim students…

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