May 2014 Monthly Archive

Alumni Profile: Brianna Wilkins

Spring semester is done, graduation ceremonies have commenced and gone, and the renovation of Eddy Hall has officially begun.  Where did the time go? Our first set of Communication Interns in the English department have also finished their work with […]

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News of Note for the Week of May 12th

The Eddy Building will be going through a remodel beginning the week of May 19th! The English Department offices will move over to the Behavioral Sciences Building, Rooms A104-112. The phone number will remain the same. The Writing Center will […]

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Faculty Profile: Sue Doe

Associate Professor Sue Doe teaches courses in Composition, Autoethnographic Theory and Method, Research Methods, and Graduate Student Preparation for Writing in the Disciplines. She does research in three distinct areas—academic labor, writing across the curriculum, and student-veteran writing in the post-9/11 […]

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Faculty Profile: Judy Doenges

Associate Professor Judy Doenges teaches graduate and undergraduate fiction writing workshops and literature courses. She has published a novel, The Most Beautiful Girl in the World. Her short fiction collection, What She Left Me, won a Ferro-Grumley Award, a Washington […]

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Alumna Profile: Brenna Yovanoff

Brenna Yovanoff MFA, Creative Writing, 2006 http://brennayovanoff.com/ How did your major prepare you for the job, the life you have now? The MFA program helped me in a lot of ways, but I’d say the biggest thing was probably that […]

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Summer and Fall 2013 Internships Available!

Unless otherwise noted, the internships listed below are open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Please note that both lists are likely to grow with more opportunities, so stay tuned! SUMMER: Social Media Intern, Poudre River Library District (Ft. Collins) […]

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