March 2019 Monthly Archive

Portrait of Mark Bresnan

Faculty Profile: Mark Bresnan

Mark Bresnan Composition Instructor   Where did you go to college? I got my Bachelor’s degree from St. Olaf College in Minnesota and then attended the University of Iowa for graduate school. What is your favorite class to teach? I […]

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Kate and Bill Doe hiking at Devil’s Backbone, May 3, 2014

Women’s History Month: Kate Kiefer

Kate Kiefer joined the English department in 1979, coming from Ohio State and specializing in Composition and Rhetoric. She was hired to supervise the teaching of the newly implemented CO101 — to develop curriculum, provide professional development for GTAs who […]

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Lindsay Brookshier and her dog, Lucky

Faculty Profile: Lindsay Brookshier

Lindsay Brookshier Composition Instructor English Alumna: M.A. Literature   What brought you to CSU? I originally came to Colorado State University as a graduate student in the Literature program. I taught CO150 as a Graduate Teaching Assistant during my time […]

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Stack of books next to a notebook and pen

WHM: 10 Women Writers Who Changed History

~from Caitlyn BucknerBackstrom 1. Agatha Christie “I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow, but through it all, I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.” Agatha Christie lived […]

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Three department chairs: Pattie Cowell, Bruce Ronda, and Louann Reid

Women’s History Month: Pattie Cowell

Pattie Cowell is actively enjoying retirement these days, but she is still remembered as an exemplary leader. She spent much of her career in the CSU English Department, joining the department as an adjunct faculty member in 1977. When she […]

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Portrait of Yusnavy Ramos

Humans of Eddy: Yusnavy Ramos

Yusnavy Ramos MFA Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction Composition GTA Center for Literary Publishing Intern Yusnavy describes herself this way: I fell in love with language a long time ago but didn’t think it was a “safe” career option. I told myself […]

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