As part of the Insights Speaker Series, four award-winning CLA faculty talk everything from Korean media to the power of community.
Learn how Andrea Day (’21) has used their undergraduate degree in English to grow in their communications role at Old Firehouse Books and craft an emerging literary career.
Read the guest blog post CSU Professor of English Tobi Jacobi wrote with student tutors about the writing center on the M.V. World Odyssey—a sea-worthy campus for the Semester at Sea study abroad program.
Jenna Schuster (’18) has used her undergraduate degree to propel her into a successful career both professionally and academically.
Discover how CSU’s Department of English is embracing the Thematic Year of Democracy & Civic Engagement in the classroom, among local and university communities, and within faculty research and creative artistry.
The Creative Writing Program is currently conducting its annual university-wide creative writing competition! Submissions will close on Friday, October 6, 2023 at 12 p.m.
Students participating in the faculty-led Summer in Oxford education abroad program document their experiences, adventures, and reflections.
Teaching our youth is no easy feat. But Andrew Eggleston (English, ’15) has found satisfaction and success in the classroom.
Please join the Department of English in congratulating incoming Visiting Assistant Professor Vauhini Vara and MFA alumna Katherine Indermaur on winning 2023 Colorado Book Awards! Presented by Colorado Humanities and Center for the Book, the awards ceremony was held at the Penrose House Garden Pavilion in Colorado Springs this past Saturday, June 10.
English alumna Lucy Lawrence (’21) believes good medicine begins with holding space for people’s stories. As she prepares to enter her first year of medical school, she shared why studying art and literature is an invaluable foundation for a career in healthcare.