Archive for the 'Reminders' Category

Streamlines Undergraduate Conference Now Taking Submissions!

Conference submissions are now being taken for Streamlines: An Undergraduate Conference Celebrating Language, Literature, and Writing. Submit your abstract by October 22nd to be considered for a panel presentation! According to the attached flyer, “Streamlines is a collaborative effort among Clarke University, Loras College, and University of Dubuque to create unique opportunities for undergraduates to share scholarship and creativity.” Click
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Register NOW for Winter Study Away at Sundance 2015!

Film the way it’s supposed to be—engaged, active, & independent! Gain access to film making elite while earning WKU credit. Click the flyer for a larger image, and go to the Sundance Winter 2015 webpage for more information about the program! Email Dr. Ted Hovet or Dr. Dawn Hall with questions. Also join our Facebook group to stay up to
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Registration Blitz Starts this Week: May 15th – 21st

Get registered for fall ASAP by attending this WKU event specifically for students who still need their registration holds lifted and advice about registering. See the attached flyer for details:

ENG 320: American Studies Now Counts as a Literature Elective!

That’s right! It was recently decided that ENG 320: American Studies, taught by Dr. Sandy Hughes, will count as a Literature elective. Read Dr. Hughes’ statement below for more information. “Provided that your annotated bibliography is on a literary topic and your research paper is a literary analysis, American Studies will now count as a literature elective! You may take
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The English Deparment Award Ceremony and Senior Reading is Coming Up Soon!

Be sure to mark your calendars now so you can attend the English Department Award Ceremony and Senior Reading! This event will take place on Thursday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. Bring friends and family with you to attend the ceremony/reading; it’s free and open to the public. Come see your friends and fellow students receive awards for their achievements,
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English 100 & 200 Conference: Monsters, This Friday!

Join the WKU English department for the 2014 English 100 & 200 Conference: Monsters! This Friday, May 2nd in Cherry Hall 125 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m., the English department will present the English 100 & 200 Conference, and the theme is Monsters–it’s sure to be an interesting event! The conference will feature readings from English students in 100 and
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Need a Cool Job? The English Office is Hiring NOW!

Anthony, our senior student office worker, is leaving us behind as he graduates in May. We’ll miss him terribly, but will have to press on in his absence. That’s where you come in. We’ll have an open position in the English office, and Tomitha Blair, the office worker supervisor, will be interviewing candidates soon for the job (which will start
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Graduate School in English Roundtable Discussion Rescheduled

The roundtable discussion and Q and A session, “So You Think You Want to Go to Graduate School in English?” has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 22 from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in Cherry Hall 120. Mark your calendars now! For more information about the session, see Kayleigh Brasher’s previous post from March 21st titled “So, You Think You Want
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Get Your Free Copy of The 2014 Ashen Egg NOW in the English Office

Stop by the English office to get your free copy of The Ashen Egg Vol. 2 (2014) today! The second volume of The Ashen Egg is available FREE in the English office now. This yearly publication is edited by Dr. Alison Langdon, with the help of the editorial board, which consists of Drs. Lou-Ann Crouther, Jane Fife, Walker Rutledge, and Judith
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Deadline for Submissions to the 17th Annual Gender & Women’s Studies Writing Contest is Upon Us!

17th Annual Gender & Women’s Studies Creative Writing Contest Seeks fresh, reflective poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction exploring feminist themes/issues. Deadline: 4:00 p.m. Friday, March 28, 2014 Any WKU student may submit one original, unpublished work up to 750 words. Entrant’s name must not appear on the manuscript, but should be accompanied by a cover sheet that includes The title
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