In 2016, the world of poetry celebrated as Professor Dan Beachy-Quick — a luminary in the field — became a Guggenheim Fellow in Poetry.
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.
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.
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.
A university program that lost funding during the Great Recession is back, and it’s celebrating its return with a week of workshops focused on helping faculty enhance student learning, engagement and success.
Jenna Schuster (’18) has used her undergraduate degree to propel her into a successful career both professionally and academically.
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!