As the Colorado State University community settles into fall break, consider completing your autumn reading list with books by our accomplished English faculty and alumni.
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.
In 2023-24, CSU emphasized democracy and civic engagement for our thematic year. From screen to stage and the Supreme Court to Latin America, our faculty explore issues of democracy.
Cayden Clark-Johnson, a junior studying English Education, was awarded Best in Show: Written Work for his poetry collection Yellow Planet at CSU’s Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity 2023 Showcase.
Looking for new books to bask in while the weather warms up? Spruce up your spring reading list with several recently published books by professors in CSU’s Department 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.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Harrison Candelaria Fletcher and MFA alumna Katherine Indermaur, who were recently selected as finalists for the 2023 Colorado Book Awards!
CSU’s Department of English announces the Creative & Performing Arts Scholarship Winners: Marlene Moran, Georgia Riley-Burke, and Kobe Overby.
Assistant professor of rhetoric of science Erika Szymanski received two NSF grants for her work on language and the microbiome.