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The accent modification program (AMP) is now accepting applicants for the fall 2014 semester. Enrollment is open to ranked faculty in teaching positions, tenure-track faculty and tenured faculty.
AMP classes are designed to advance cultural diversity and understanding by improving overall communication between students and faculty, increasing active participation in campus dialogue and promote confident communication. Classes are conducted on an individual basis for a 13-week period by Vicki Hopgood, speech and language pathologist. A broad range of topics are covered including: listening skills, voice projection, American intonation, pronunciation of difficult English vowels and consonants, classroom management and effective electronic communication.
There is no charge for this service. Interested faculty should notify their department chair and enroll by directly emailing Hopgood.