Posts and News with Bruce Ronda Tag

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Martha Scott Trimble Lecture: Bruce Ronda

Based on his recent book, The Fate of Transcendentalism. Secularity, Materiality, and Human Flourishing (2017), Ronda’s talk explores the work of three figures associated with the nineteenth-century American transcendentalist movement or inspired by it: reformer and essayist Elizabeth Peabody, novelist […]

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News of Note October 9

There’s an essay titled “Atlantis” from Dan Beachy- Quick’s forthcoming book, Of Silence and Song, just published at The New Orleans Review: http://www.neworleansreview.org/atlantis/. Genesea Carter was a panelist on the panel “Composition, Curiosity & Technical-Major Students” at the Two-Year College English […]

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CLA Award Winners

Recently, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) held their annual awards ceremony. Five members of the English department were honored. Sheila Dargon received the State Classified Award, Zach Hutchins and Kylan Rice were awarded for Excellence in Teaching, Tony Becker […]

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Interview with Bruce Ronda

In Spring 2016, English major Alexander (Alec) Pearson did an internship where he researched department history. He graduated at the end of that same semester, earning his Bachelor of Arts in English with a writing concentration. Alec collected and wrote […]

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Bruce Ronda: Memories and Good Wishes

~from Jill Salahub Tomorrow the English department will be holding a very special celebration. Bruce Ronda is retiring this year, and as sad as we are to see him go, we are sending him off with our best wishes at this upcoming event. To […]

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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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Eddy Hall Grand Reopening Speeches

Associate Dean for Faculty & Graduate Studies and former English Department Chair, and CLA Project Manager Bruce Ronda gave the opening remarks at the Eddy Hall Grand Reopening event that took place on August 19, 2015. What the video missed was […]

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News of Note Week of May 11th

Next week, John Calderazzo will present two science communication workshops.  He’ll work on basic communication skills with 20 or so CSU researchers in energy, vet-med, and ecology who will soon present their work at the National Press Club in Washington, […]

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News of Note Week of April 20th

Alumnus Justin Hocking’s memoir The Great Floodgates of the Wonderworld won the Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction. The book is also: a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, listed as one of Ten Brilliant Books That Will Grab […]

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