Every year, Colorado State University
celebrates employees achieving a decade of service of more. Congratulations to our wonderful faculty on reaching these major milestones! The English department deeply appreciates your service and commitment to our students. Read More - CSU English Faculty Achieve Major Milestones
The Department of English is delighted to announce award-winning journalist and acclaimed writer Vauhini Vara will join the faculty as a Visiting Assistant Professor for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Read More - Vauhini Vara named 2023-2024 Visiting Assistant Professor of English
CSU English undergraduates and graduates hold a total of 179 University and departmental scholarships and 4 literary awards for the 2023-2024 academic year. In addition, the English department selected 17 winners of the Creative and Performing Arts Awards.
Read More - Department Awards 2023: A Digital Celebration of Student Success
April 18, 2023 Author - Stacy Nick
As part of the $500,000 NEH Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant, the college must raise approximately $1.5 million in matching funds for the project within the next five years.
Read More - NEH grant will help build new Center for Engaged Humanities
Congratulations to Associate Professor Harrison Candelaria Fletcher and MFA alumna Katherine Indermaur, who were recently selected as finalists for the 2023 Colorado Book Awards!
Read More - 2023 Colorado Book Awards: Harrison Candelaria Fletcher, Katherine Indermaur Named Finalists
Creative Writing MFA alums Brad Vogler and Sarah Green discuss their new project A Viewing Space and first book of poetry and photography,
Quietly Between, with CSU’s Department of English. Read More - MFA Alums Launch A Viewing Space and Celebrate First Book
CSU Professor Sue Doe has been named as the new Executive Director of TILT, and Dr. Shawn Bingham of the University of North Carolina Wilmington will join CSU as the new Director of the Honors Program.
Read More - New leadership announced for TILT and the Honors Program
December 12, 2022 Author - SOURCE Contributor
The BIPOC Joy Art Show challenges the constant focus on trauma that Black, Indigenous and People of Color are often reduced to, prioritizing happiness and hope over suffering and hardship.
Read More - English students partner with Fort Collins Museum of Discovery to open art show focused on BIPOC joy
In November, five graduate students and an alumna of the Department of English’s TEFL/TESL program presented their research alongside department faculty at the annual Colorado Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (CoTESOL) convention in Denver.
Read More - TEFL/TESL Graduate Students, Alumna present their research, grow professionally at CoTESOL
MFA alumna Katherine Indermaur’s first book,
I|I , will be published by Seneca Review Books in November 2022. Read More - In Conversation: MFA Alumna Katherine Indermaur publishes first book “I|I”