September 2016 Monthly Archive

News of Note Week of September 19

Tony Becker recently had an article, “L2 Students’ Performance on Listening Comprehension Items Targeting Local and Global Information,” published in the Journal of English for Academic Purposes. For those interested in reading the article, it is currently available at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S147515851630042X. Judy […]

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Humans of Eddy: Brittany Enos

~from intern Joyce Bohling Brittany Enos M.A. Literature Expected Graduation: Spring 2018 What are you working on today? Lesson planning! This morning I worked on some lesson plans, this morning I worked on some research proposals for my research methods […]

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Student Spotlight: Lindsay Brookshier

Lindsay Brookshier Current Graduate Student and GTA, MA in Literature I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma during my final semester of my Bachelor’s degree in English literature and women’s studies in Spring 2015 at the age of 27 years old. […]

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News of Note Week of September 12

Dan Beachy-Quick has a group of poems in the new Flag + Void: http://flagandvoid.com/volumeeight. He also has an essay published at Full-Stop: http://www.full-stop.net/2016/09/14/features/essays/danbeachyquick/whitenesses/ Harrison Candelaria Fletcher’s essay, “Open Season,” has just appeared in Brevity’s Special Issue on Race, Racism and Racialization http://brevitymag.com/current-issue/open-season/. […]

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Writing Center Open House

~From Intern Joyce Bohling, pictures by Intern Haley Huffman On Thursday, the CSU Writing Center kicked off the semester with an Open House.  With free snacks and coffee, the Writing Center invited students to sign up for an account they’ll be able to […]

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Alumni Profile: Molly Valenta

Molly Valenta Cherry Creek School District B.A. in English, Class of 2010 “I attribute much of my success to my writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills, which were honed during my time at CSU.” Could you tell us more about […]

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NCTE@CSU, Fall 2016

The National Council of Teachers of English at Colorado State University (NCTE@CSU) is a non-profit, student-run organization on campus for teacher education students of all content areas. As a professional organization NCTE@CSU provides its members with informative and education-based information […]

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