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Resources provided by the English Department to support the University and the larger community.
The Advanced Communication Committee is responsible for the advanced writing courses in the Department of English.
The university's composition computer classrooms support a variety of courses—everything from first-year composition to more advanced courses such as business and technical communication.
A collection of help files, tutorials, and bulletins regarding computer support and technology services within the department.
The EServer (http://eserver.org/) is a noncommercial arts and humanities online publisher based in the ISU English Department, which publishes fifty collections containing more than 35,000 works to more than two million readers per month. Numerous English students, faculty and staff volunteer-edit its collections in drama, poetry, fiction, women's studies, rhetoric and other fields.
English 150 and 250 serve as a transition between a student's high school experience and the intellectual life of the university.
Welcome to the English Department graduate programs website! The graduate program staff is happy to answer any of your questions. Director of Graduate Education, Dr. John Levis (email@example.com; 337 Ross) Associate Director of Graduate Education, Dr. Linda Shenk (firstname.lastname@example.org; 233 Ross) Assistant Director of Graduate Education, Dr. Gloria Betcher (email@example.com; 419 Ross) Graduate Program Secretary, Teresa Smiley (firstname.lastname@example.org; 515-294-2477; 227 Ross)
The Intensive English and Orientation Program helps international students to learn English and prepare for university studies in the United States. Our small classes, professional instructors, and a large university community in a small, friendly setting combine to give you a complete educational experience.
ISUComm is an approach to university communication instruction that is contemporary in its attention to new information technology and comprehensive in addressing the many forms of communication practice.
ISU's Learning Communities program fosters community on campus. Small groups of students take two or three courses together and often live together (or near one another) in the same residence hall.
Located in 316 Ross Hall, the Studio for New Media is an interdisciplinary research institute organized to support, further, and coordinate work with digital media currently done by individuals across multiple departments at ISU.