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Alumna Profile: Brenna Yovanoff

Brenna Yovanoff MFA, Creative Writing, 2006 http://brennayovanoff.com/ How did your major prepare you for the job, the life you have now? The MFA program helped me in a lot of ways, but I’d say the biggest thing was probably that […]

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Summer and Fall 2013 Internships Available!

Unless otherwise noted, the internships listed below are open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Please note that both lists are likely to grow with more opportunities, so stay tuned! SUMMER: Social Media Intern, Poudre River Library District (Ft. Collins) […]

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News of Note from the Week of April 28th

There’s a podcast interview with Dan Beachy-Quick at Poetry Northwest. Leslee Becker won First Prize in the Boston Review’s 2014 Fiction Contest for her story, “Severance.” Basic Veterinary Immunology co-authored by Gerry Callahan and Robin Yates was published this month by […]

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Faculty Profile: Cindy O’Donnell-Allen

Associate Professor Cindy O’Donnell-Allen teaches courses in literacy, composition, pedagogy, and adolescents’ literature. Her research explores the ways in which discursive practices serve as tools for collaborative knowledge construction in learning communities. She has published articles and chapters on adolescents’ […]

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Call for Alumni News

The English Department has many great alumni. For example, CSU alumnus George Kalamaras was recently selected Poet Laureate of Indiana, alumna Chloe’ Leisure is the Poet Laureate of Fort Collins, alumnus Justin Hocking’s memoir The Great Floodgates of the Wonderworld […]

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Humans of Eddy: Davia Carr

Does Davia look familiar to you? You might recognize her because she’s a work study in the English Department’s main office. What is your major, and when will you graduate? I major in Human Development and Family Studies (HDSF), and […]

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News of Note from the Week of April 21st

Barbara Sebek led a seminar on “Reimagining Topicality” at the Shakespeare Association conference in St. Louis earlier this month. A group of scholars wrote papers addressing the wide variety of ways that topical references operate in the work of Shakespeare, […]

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