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News of Note Week of January 25th

Dan Beachy-Quick gave a reading in Salt Lake City for the University of Utah and the Utah Arts Council. A poem, “A Century of Meditation,” has been accepted for the Kenyon Review’s special issue on long lyric forms. The Center […]

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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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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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News of Note Week of March 23rd

Dan Beachy-Quick participated on a panel on “Translation and the Fluidic Text” at the &now conference at CALARTS. He’ll also be giving a lecture for the Monfort professorship in Wed @ 4:00 in Pathology 101. Read more about it here: […]

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News of Note Week of December 8th

Several faculty members began the academic year with changes in rank or appointment. EJ Levy received tenure and promotion to associate professor and Ellen Brinks and Roze Hentschell were promoted to full professor. Sharon Grindle, Jenny Levin, and Dana Masden […]

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News of Note Week of October 27th

Gerry Delahunty presented his paper on “Lexical semantics: How much English teachers need to know?” at the 7th International Conference on English Language Teaching (ELT) in China, in Nanjing, China. Lisa Langstraat and Sue Doe are delighted to announce that […]

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News of Note: Week of September 15th

Leslee Becker’s story, “The Twilight Club,” has been accepted for publication in Alaska Quarterly Review. Another story, “If You Lived Here,” received an Honorable Mention in The New Millennium Fiction Contest. John Calderazzo will give several science and literature talks […]

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Faculty Profile: Sue Doe

Associate Professor Sue Doe teaches courses in Composition, Autoethnographic Theory and Method, Research Methods, and Graduate Student Preparation for Writing in the Disciplines. She does research in three distinct areas—academic labor, writing across the curriculum, and student-veteran writing in the post-9/11 […]

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News of Note from the Week of April 14th

There’s a review of various work Dan Beachy-Quick has written at Pleiades: http://www.ucmo.edu/pleiades/news/Tayson.html, and a short essay about the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, “The Fragile Bow: On Imagination and Atrocity” is published at Ghost Proposal: http://www.ghostproposal.com/issue4/danbeachyquick.php Tatiana Nekrasova-Becker and Tony […]

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