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News of Note for March 2018

Stephanie G’Schwind’s National Endowment for the Arts grant application, on behalf of the Center for Literary Publishing, was funded for $15,000. The grant will fund two issues of Colorado Review and the most recent title in the Mountain West Poetry […]

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News of Note Week of October 30

Camille Dungy’s Guidebook to Relative Strangers has made three exciting lists this fall, one of which was BookRiot’s 20 Great Essay Collections from 2017. Harrison Candelaria Fletcher’s Presentimiento has been selected by Kirkus Reviews as among “The Best Indie Books […]

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News of Note Week of October 16

Leslee Becker has been named a Finalist for the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Award in Short Stories. Doug Cloud’s co-authored essay, “How People Make Sense of Trump and Why It Matters for Racial Justice” has been accepted for publication in the Journal […]

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News of Note Weeks of September 11 and September 18

On August 28, Pam Coke co-presented the paper “Examining Attrition in English Education: A Qualitative Study of the Impact of Preparation, Persistence, and Dispositions in Teacher Education” with Heidi Frederiksen and Ann Sebald of the CSU Center for Educator Preparation […]

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News of Note Week of May 1

Harrison Candelaria Fletcher has a lyric essay, “Family Cookbook,” accepted by Florida Review. It’s part of a new collection exploring mixed-ness and in-between-ness. Camille Dungy’s poem, “Natural History,” was awarded a Pushcart Prize and will be played published in the Best of the Small […]

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News of Note Week of April 3

Next Wednesday, Doug Cloud will be giving a workshop for the School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) Sustainability Fellows titled “Talking Science with Conservative, Religious and Other Potentially Skeptical Audiences.” Tobi Jacobi participated at the recent Conference on College Composition […]

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News of Note Week of November 30

On October 28th, Tim Amidon, Elizabeth Williams (Communication Studies), Kim Henry (Psychology), and Tiffany Lipsey (Health and Exercise Science) partnered with the Poudre Fire Authority to host a symposium on the intersections of work, knowledge, and safety in the fireservice. […]

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