The Creative Writing Reading Series will wrap up its fall season in November and December with readings from distinguished CSU English faculty in the creative writing program, visiting authors Adrian Lürssen and Leonora Simonovis and graduate students in their final year of the MFA program.
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 Reading Series is set to host acclaimed writers Kaveh Akbar and Franny Choi Friday, Oct. 6 for a literary reading and salon. All are welcome!
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.
The Creative Writing Reading Series kicks off its season this month with visiting writers Eula Biss and Mira Jacob on Thursday, Sept. 21 in the Lory Student Center.
Universities are at a crossroads, and the unknown potential impact of AI has some wondering what that could mean to our approach to writing – whether that’s a term paper, a journal article or a resume.
Students participating in the faculty-led Summer in Oxford education abroad program document their experiences, adventures, and reflections.
Woven throughout the 46-year law career of Mike Liggett (B.S., ’73) is a vision of civic engagement based on improving the health and education of others. Pursuing his passions for the arts and great conversation is part of leading a life energized by curiosity.
The first time Bud Hunt (B.A., ‘01; M.A., ‘11) earned a degree from CSU, he was planning a career as an English teacher. The second time he earned a degree, he had been creating smarter classrooms and students for a decade and was on his way to becoming a CIO.
Teaching our youth is no easy feat. But Andrew Eggleston (English, ’15) has found satisfaction and success in the classroom.