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News of Note Week of April 17

CSAL Roundtable Discussion  Sue Doe wishes to announce that the Center for the Study of Academic Labor (CSAL) will host a roundtable discussion of the CSU “Proposal for Re-Envisioning Faculty Appointments” (authored by the Committee on Non Tenure-Track Faculty –CoNTTF) […]

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News of Note Week of March 20

Recently, Tim Amidon presented research at two concurrent conferences in Portland: the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) and the Conference on College Composition and Communication. At ATTW, Battalion Chief Randy Callahan of Poudre Fire Authority joined Tim to […]

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News of Note Week of February 20

Sue Doe’s chapter, “What Works and What Counts: Valuing the Affective in Non Tenure-Track Advocacy,” co-authored with Maria Maisto and Janelle Adsit, was just published in Contingency, Exploitation, and Solidarity: Labor and Action in English Composition. Edited by Seth Kahn, William […]

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News of Note Week of December 5

Harrison Candelaria Fletcher has been named one of “The Top Ten New Latino Writers to Watch (and Read) for 2017” by the by LatinoStories.com literary website. http://latinostories.com/Top_Ten_Lists/top_10_authors.htm. The recognition was based on feedback from editors, faculty, librarians and readers. Also, […]

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News of Note Week of October 3

Doug Cloud gave a presentation titled “Strategies for Concealing and Revealing Animus in Public Arguments About LGBTQ People” at After Marriage: A Conference Organized by CLAGS, The Center for LGBTQ Studies (CUNY) in New York, New York. The Academy of American […]

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News of Note Week of May 2

Dan Beachy-Quick will be on Colorado Matters on the Denver NPR station on May 11. Ellen Brinks has been invited to give a plenary talk at the conference “Forgotten Geographies in the Fin de Siècle, 1880-1920,” at Birkbeck College, University of […]

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News of Note Week of April 4

Mary Crow’s poetry has been translated for a literary magazine in Chile.  Nine poems from her latest book, Addicted to the Horizon, appear in both their original English and in Spanish translation in Aerea: Revista Hispanoamericana de Poesia, Numero 10, Segunda […]

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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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