The English Department Non-Tenure Track Faculty (NTTF) Committee does all kinds of good work. One good thing is their newsletter “In Addition…News from the English Department’s NTTF Committee.” One of the features of the newsletter, which is sent monthly to […]
Tom Conway received news that he was chosen for a College of Liberal Arts Excellence in Teaching Award. Jaime Jordan along with her husband, Robert Jordan (who teaches in the history dept) was awarded a 2016 Carl A. Bimson Humanities […]
Zach Hutchins has been awarded a 2016 Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities. NEH support will facilitate research on Hutchins’s current book project, a prehistory of the North American slave narrative. For his research, Hutchins is reading thousands […]
With finals approaching and papers, projects, and presentations looming for us English majors, you may also have one thing in the back of your mind that you’ve been avoiding: holiday shopping. How are you supposed to find that perfect […]
~from English Department Communications Intern Ashley Alfirevic For the last time of the Fall semester, everyone gathered in the UCA’s Art Gallery for the final Creative Wring and Reading Series event. Though the readings always feel congenial with all of […]
Read this important message from Professor Ellen Brinks about the 2016 Summer Education Abroad Program in Zambia. Informational meeting on Monday, January 25 at noon in LSC 308!
SueEllen Campbell and John Calderazzo will be busy at the upcoming American Geophysical Union (AGU) annual conference in San Francisco. SueEllen is a co-convener of three sessions about the need for multidisciplinary approach to climate change education, two oral sessions […]
Wednesday, December 9th: Book Fair at the Fort Collins Barnes and Noble, which will last all day. At 5:00PM there will be two guest authors — the English Department’s very own Todd Mitchell and Daniel Robinson — reading from their books, as […]
Read all about it in the recently published Source article, Faculty member compiles slavery accounts from colonial America.
From the College of Liberal Arts: “We are thrilled to introduce our new and completely online liberal arts magazine!” Be sure to check out the English department section of this amazing new magazine! “Students and faculty take their passions and […]