CLAS Academic Skills Workshops
CLAS academic skills workshops are typically 45-50-minutes long and are led by our very own tutors and workshop scholars. These workshops focus on a variety of areas such as stress management, time management, presentation and writing skills, test-taking skills, and reading and organizing literature information skills.
CLAS Workshops Scholars
The Geno A. Ballotti Scholarship recognizes and is awarded to students who demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in learning and academic support. Ballotti Scholars are proactive student leaders and role models in addition to being peer tutors, study group leaders, and academic workshop facilitators. The CLAS Workshop Scholars develop and lead academic skills workshops both in classes and at the CLAS and aid in the development of supplemental materials such as handouts and online workshop videos.
Interested in working with our Workshop Scholars?
We are happy to facilitate an academic skills workshop for your class, club or organization. Please fill out a Program Request Form and we will get back to you shortly.
Want to join us and become a Ballotti Workshop Scholar? Learn more about the program.
English Language Workshops
The CLAS offers four weekly workshops throughout the fall semester. Workshops will run from the week of January 23rd through the week of April 24th. No appointment necessary!
- Reading Comprehension Workshop: Hosted by Kurt Odenwald on Mondays from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. in 73 Tremont, 9th floor, Room 9010
- Peer Conversation Practice Workshop: Hosted by Celia Mendoza on Wednesdays from 4 - 5 p.m. in 73 Tremont, 4th floor, Room 4037
- Professional Communication Workshop: Hosted by Sue Brody on Thursdays from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. in 73 Tremont, 4th floor, Room 4037
- Vocabulary and Pronunciation Workshop: Hosted by Paul Grabianowski on Fridays from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. in 73 Tremont, 9th floor, Room 9010