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Invitation to Graduate Students' Online Portfolio Presentations for University Teaching Development (INGL 6996)Submitted by mary.sefranek on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 04:46
Come One, Come All! Faculty, Friends, and Family are warmly invited to join:
UNIVERSITY TEACHING DEVELOPMENT (INGL 6996) ON
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
in Chardón 326
from 6-8 p.m.
FOR THE FINAL PORTFOLIO PRESENTATIONS OF:
Submitted by nickolas.haydock on Sun, 05/12/2013 - 18:16
Session on Beowulf and Old Norse Literature with papers by:
Ruth Delgado("Monsters and Heroes in Beowulf and Grettir's Saga")
Jo-Anne Hernandez ("Monsters Are Us: Analogies and Dis-analogies in Beowulf and Grettir's Saga")
Nick Haydock, and
Rebecca Aylesworth, U of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Submitted by mary.sefranek on Tue, 05/07/2013 - 18:01
On May 10, 2013, from 5:00- 9:00 p.m. students from Dr. Mary Sefranek's INGL 3104 course (taught as Queer Literature and Composition) will give multimodal presentations at Café Nova Ley. Their presentations are based on poems, songs, short stories, and a novel read in class this year and will unveil a number of hidden talents on the part of the participants (we have discovered the presence of singers, actors, visual artists, media specialists and musicians in our midst).
Submitted by mary.sefranek on Wed, 05/01/2013 - 18:37
On Friday, May 3 in CH326 at 4:30 PM, RUMEGA will hold a conference on the topic of identity in literature, linguistics and pedagogy. Our speakers include Prof. Sandra Rios and Prof. Catherine Mazak. Each speaker will have 15 minutes for their presentation, and 10 minutes for questions. The event will be one hour long. CEP credit is pending for attendees.
The title of Prof. Rios’ presentation is: “The Bildungsroman in Environmental Rhetoric: The Heroic Narrative of Casa Pueblo, Adjuntas.”
Submitted by mary.sefranek on Fri, 04/26/2013 - 08:11
This afternoon, Friday, April 25th, the presentation "Art and Film in Classrooms and the Inseparability of Critical and Creative Thought" will take place in Chardón 326 from 4:00-5:30 p.m. and will focus on the aesthetic development that art and film cultivate in classroom contexts, as well as their significance for understanding and learning. Strategies for incorporating art and film in classrooms will be addressed.
English Department Blog
- Invitation to Graduate Students' Online Portfolio Presentations for University Teaching Development (INGL 6996)
- International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 9-13, University of Western Michigan
- Multimodal Presentations for Queer Literature and Composition in Café Nova Ley
- RUMEGA Conference 2013: Identity in Literature, Linguistics and Pedagogy
- Art and Film in Classrooms and the Inseparability of Critical and Creative Thought
- Bilingualism in Applied Linguistics on April 16th!
- "Pushing Your Buttons: The Use of Clickers in the Classroom"
- "Quest for the Critical E-dition: An interview with Leonardo Flores"
- Leonardo Flores @ IDHDU
- Rome Wasn't Built in a Day: Constructing Your Teaching Philosophy