October 2014 Monthly Archive

News of Note Week of October 20th

SueEllen Campbell and John Calderazzo recently gave a talk at Northern Arizona University, “The Real Work: Facing Climate Change.” They were also interviewed on the local NPR station. John also spoke to an environmental communications class. A portfolio of essays […]

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Faculty Profile: Stephanie G’Schwind

Before joining the Center for Literary Publishing, Stephanie G’Schwind worked as a copyeditor at Group Publishing and then as senior production assistant and freelance copyeditor at Indiana University Press. As director of the Center, she is editor of Colorado Review […]

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Spring 2015 Internships

SP15 Internships Available! Believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about classes for Spring 2015 – and that means it’s time to consider doing an internship! Below are currently available opportunities, though this list is likely to grow […]

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News of Note Week of October 13th

Dan Beachy-Quick is writer-in-residence at Susquehanna University this week. He is visiting Susquehanna as part of the Raji-Syman Visiting Writers Series, and will be giving a reading while there. Tobi Jacobi and Dr. Laura Rogers (Albany College of Health Science […]

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Humans of Eddy: Joelle Hamilton

This past summer, senior English major Joelle Hamilton traveled to Mexico to map and write about the hiking trails that wind through the Sierra Madre mountain range. This might not sound like the typical kind of work an English major […]

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News of Note Week of October 6th

Samantha Iocovetto (MA in Creative Nonfiction, 2014) has a craft essay, “Defining the Ideal Essay,” on the Brevity blog. You can read it here: http://brevity.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/defining-the-ideal-essay/ Dan Beachy-Quick gave a talk and a reading at University of Northern Texas. Tobi Jacobi […]

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Faculty Profile: Doug Cloud

Assistant Professor Doug Cloud, Composition Program Faculty: B.S. magna cum laude, Journalism, Ohio University. M.A. and Ph.D., Rhetoric, Carnegie Mellon University. Professor Cloud teaches courses in rhetorical and composition theory, style, public writing, and argument. His research focuses on the […]

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