Posts and News with Tim Mahoney Tag

Alumni Profile: Tim Mahoney

The end of the semester is typically a mix of relief, exhaustion, and joy. Students who have worked hard all semester are looking forward to a break and some rest, to celebrating the holidays with family and friends. It is […]

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Faculty Profile: Timothy Amidon

Tim Amidon is an assistant professor in English at Colorado State University where he teaches courses designed to explore the intersections between rhetoric, composing, and multimodal literacies. His research interests surround the intersections of digital rhetorics, working-class literacies, economies of […]

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Dinty Moore Reading

~From Communications Intern Tim Mahoney This semester, the Creative Writing Reading Series has brought some incredible authors to our campus. Dr. E.J. Levy, director of the series, did an amazing job at bringing a diverse assortment of creative writers, whose […]

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Humans of Eddy: Slamogadro

~From English Department Communications Intern Tim Mahoney Take a stroll down the main plaza and you are to likely see many student advertisements written in chalk on the sides of the buildings. While many such advertisements have failed to capture […]

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Humans of Eddy: Joelle Hamilton

This past summer, senior English major Joelle Hamilton traveled to Mexico to map and write about the hiking trails that wind through the Sierra Madre mountain range. This might not sound like the typical kind of work an English major […]

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Faculty Profile: Doug Cloud

Assistant Professor Doug Cloud, Composition Program Faculty: B.S. magna cum laude, Journalism, Ohio University. M.A. and Ph.D., Rhetoric, Carnegie Mellon University. Professor Cloud teaches courses in rhetorical and composition theory, style, public writing, and argument. His research focuses on the […]

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Gary Snyder Reading

Poet Gary Snyder read on September 17, 2014 at the University Art Center. This event was attended by English Department Communications intern Tim Mahoney, who had this to share: Last week, CSU’s English Department invited renowned author, Gary Snyder, to […]

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