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News of Note Week of November 7

Dan Beachy-Quick has new poems in The Literary Review, American Poetry Review, and a long lyric in the Kenyon Review which can be read here: http://www.kenyonreview.org/journal/novdec-2016/selections/dan-beachy-quick/ Dr. Fabiola Ehlers-Zavala (English/INTO CSU) and Dr. Maite Correa (LLC) will be presenting the following […]

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News of Note Week of September 26

Tim Amidon and Michele Simmons (Miami University) gave a research talk titled “Negotiating ‘messy’ research context and design through adaptive research stances” at the Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (SIGDOC) in Washington, D.C.  While […]

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News of Note Week of February 22

On Friday, February 5th, Pam Coke gave two invited presentations at the Colorado Council International Reading Association (CCIRA):  “Teaching as Close Reading: Igniting a Sense of Wonder about Why I Teach” and “If I Stay: Developing a Plan for Keeping a Sense […]

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News of Note Week of September 14th

Dan Beachy-Quick’s essay, “Thinking as Burial Practice,” is up at Wave Composition: http://www.wavecomposition.com/ A profile and interview with John Calderazzo on nature writing is forthcoming in Whole Terrain magazine. John will soon be doing nonfiction writing talks and workshops at Colorado Mesa […]

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News of Note Week of September 7th

Gerry Delahunty presented his paper “Amnesty International (AI) and Philanthropic Fundraising (PF) Appeals: A Comparative Move Analysis” at the 26th Annual Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics at Aalborg University, Denmark, on August 20, 2015. His presentation proposal, “Language, Text, and Ideological […]

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News of Note Week of March 2nd

Dan Beachy-Quick has been invited to be the Visiting Hurst Professor at Washington University in St. Louis next spring, a two week appointment. Also, his poem, titled “Poem,” included in an anthology titled Liberation to be published by Beacon Press […]

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