Corey Sloat, M.S.

Corey Sloat Headshot
Senior Lecturer

English Department
College of Arts and Sciences

M.S. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Central Connecticut State University

B.A. Linguistics/Psychology, University of Connecticut

About Corey

As an instructor with a TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) background, I specialize in working with international students.  I find it incredibly important to help students understand their role in changing and utilizing the English language in a variety of settings. The main goals of my work are to guide students in developing a sense of agency in their learning process and a sense of language as a vehicle of privilege.

I am interested in developing opportunities to network between International and American students; should you wish to be involved in that process, please don't hesitate to let me know. In particular, I think that the abundance of natural resources and conservancies in our area may serve as a great site to bring us all together!


Writing Fellowship, Quinnipiac University, 2009- 2014

  • Awarded for work with Saudi Arabian students, both for developing an ESL specific pilot composition course series as well as advocacy on their part within the university.
  • Conducted exit survey in order to better understand issues with international student retention.
  • Composed letter recommending policy review to maximize financial impact of international student recruitment and retention.

2015-16 Freelance Copy-Editor

Stirling, Bruce. TOEFL Strategies: Quick Reference Guide. Charleston: Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Print.

Stirling, Bruce. Roman Road. Charleston: Create Space  Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Print.

Courses Taught
  • ENGL1104 Fundamentals for Internationals
  • ENGL1106 Composition for Internationals
  • ENGL1110 Composition and Literature