Posts and News with NCTE@CSU Tag

NCTE@CSU, Fall 2016

The National Council of Teachers of English at Colorado State University (NCTE@CSU) is a non-profit, student-run organization on campus for teacher education students of all content areas. As a professional organization NCTE@CSU provides its members with informative and education-based information […]

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News of Note Week of February 29

Dan Beachy-Quick’s book of poems, gentlessness, was named a finalist for the Rilke Prize. Matthew Cooperman recently gave a number of readings in North Carolina to support his new book. He’ll be reading at the University of Wyoming this Friday, March […]

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News of Note Week of February 1st

Aby Kaupang and Matthew Cooperman’s book NOS (disorder, not otherwise specified) was recently a finalist for the Essay Press Book Prize. Largely detailing the challenges and joys of raising their autistic daughter Maya, the book has been in progress for many years. A chapbook from […]

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NCTE@CSU Spring 2016

The National Council of Teachers of English at Colorado State University (NCTE@CSU) is a non-profit, student-run organization on campus for teacher education students of all content areas. As a professional organization NCTE@CSU provides its members with informative and education-based information […]

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Book Fair, Fundraiser for NCTE@CSU

Wednesday, December 9th: Book Fair at the Fort Collins Barnes and Noble, which will last all day. At 5:00PM there will be two guest authors — the English Department’s very own Todd Mitchell and Daniel Robinson — reading from their books, as […]

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News of Note Week of November 2nd

The SpeakOut! writing program won the “Program of the Year” award last night at the Larimer County Jail volunteer awards banquet.  Congrats to the facilitators and writers! Two of Dan Beachy-Quick’s  essays, “Heraclitean Thirst” and “Circles” are featured at the […]

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NCTE National Day of Writing at CSU

NCTE’s Seventh Annual National Day on Writing is being celebrated today. The theme this year is #WhyIWrite. NCTE answers the question “Why a National Day on Writing?” this way: In light of the significance of writing in our national life, […]

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NCTE@CSU

The National Council of Teachers of English at Colorado State University (NCTE@CSU) is a non-profit, student-run organization on campus for teacher education students of all content areas. As a professional organization NCTE@CSU provides its members with informative and education-based information […]

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