Please join us and invite students, faculty, and other interested parties to the second presentation of this semester’s ENGL 6006 Speaker Series. Dr. Nancy V. Vicente El Despertar: A Journey Into Colonial Experience December 1, 2010 @ 6:00 pm in Chardón 318 See flyer for additional information and/or write to firstname.lastname@example.org: FlyerSpeakerSeriesVicenteDec2010
Dear MAEE students and faculty advisors: The revised and updated edition of the Graduate Student Handbook is now available. You may access the PDF file by clicking on link below. Please note that this edition of the handbook replaces the September 2009 version and all prior ones. Exitos, GC GradHandbookOct2010FINALVERSION.pdf
Dear MAEE students and English Department faculty: We hope you can ALL join us at our annual MAEE Meet & Greet: Graduate Student Reception and Orientation on Friday, October 22 from 4:30-6:00 p.m. in Chardón 326. It’s an invitation to meet & greet new and familiar faces: MAEE students and the faculty who teach, advise or otherwise contribute to the training, development and mentoring of our department’s graduate students. It’s an occasion to personally welcome the 2010 incoming students (6 in Spring and 7 in Fall). It’s a unique opportunity to share information, ask questions, clarify doubts and foment collaborations … Read more…
It’s an honor to introduce the new members of our MAEE community: Mercedes Estrada Matthew Kobialka Elizabeth Lenherr Kimberly Long Josué Morales Melissa Torres Juan Vera Please join us in welcoming these graduate students to our Master of Arts in English Education program. We wish them continued success and look forward to many future and stimulating collaborations.
Dear MAEE students and faculty: Best wishes for a productive semester. To help you plan for it, the Graduate Committee has once again prepared the list of relevant deadlines for MAEE students. The file has been sent to you via e-mail and can also be accessed here: MAEE Deadlines, Semester 1 2010-2011 Exitos!
This is a friendly reminder to all MAEE students. As was announced by the Office of Graduate Studies last February, beginning the first semester of the 2010-2011 academic year, students who would like to switch from Option I to Option II or vice-versa need to request an internal transfer the semester BEFORE they plan the change to come into effect. This is established in Certificación 09-09:Normas que rigen los estudios graduados en el RUM (By-law 09-09) in sectionG.8.g on page 19 cert%2009-09%20-%20Normas%20Estudios%20Graduados%20RUM.pdf A detailed memo explaining the policy implementation was sent to MAEE faculty and graduate students on February 9, … Read more…
MAEE students Stella Ramírez Rodríguez, Karrieann Soto Vega, Jeniffer Sanabria Morell, and Gabriel Romaguera will be defending their thesis projects this week. Below you will find the schedule of the defenses. You’re all invited to attend but please be punctual to avoid any disruptions or unnecessary delays.
English Department faculty and students are cordially invited to attend Karrieann Soto Vega’s oral defense of her M.A. thesis, Rocking and Reading: Exploring Multimodal Media Literacy in an ESL College Classroom, on Wednesday, August 11th, at 2:30 p.m. in Chardón 318. Come support Karrieann as she engages us in a profound discussion and reflection on her thesis-based research during her trajectory as an M.A.E.E. candidate! Faculty, to share a .pdf version of this invitation with your students, please click here.
Atención estudiantes de nuevo ingreso: Favor acceder el siguiente documento para información detallada acerca del Instituto de fortalecimiento de Matemáticas e Inglés.
During the student paro, the GTAs of the Department of English met with Betsy, Gayle, and Kevin at Town Center to eat, chat, exchange paperwork, and receive their paychecks.