GTLI and C21U Launch Mobile App
The Georgia Tech Language Institute and Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) have collaborated with Onlea to design a language-learning app that will launch in the Apple App Store in June 2018. The app is called, “Speak English Professionally” and will provide a mobile-based course that non-native English speakers can take to boost their English speaking skills. This course is based on Georgia Tech’s preexisting Coursera MOOC.
Learn more in a news release from the Georgia Tech Language Institute and C21U.
Rountree Named Associate Director
Greg Rountree was formally named as the Language Institute's new Associate Director of Enrollment and Business Operations on September 18. A Language Institute team member since May 2015, he previously served as a Registration Coordinator, guiding students through the application and enrollment process and serving as liaison to a number of external partners.
As associate director, Greg will oversee the enrollment processes for all GTLI programs, supervise the administrative staff, and oversee the operational aspects of the Language Institute. He will also serve as liaison for campus departments and assist with marketing and recruitment aspects of GTLI's programs.
GTLI Turns 60
In 2018, the Georgia Tech Language Institute is celebrating 60 years of supporting international learners from around the world to meet their goals of communicating more effectively in English. On Wednesday, July 18, Georgia Tech faculty, staff, and students gathered for a community celebration in the courtyard of the O’Keefe Building to mark this milestone. Learn more about the history of the Language Institute, see a timeline of the last 60 years, and read some success stories from our students.