Category: Department Events

Corpus Linguistics Student Organization (COLISTO) Guest Speaker Series

Corpus Linguistics Student Organization (COLISTO) is hosting this semester’s second guest speaker talk to be held on April 30, Friday, from 1-2 pm. Our guest speaker is Dr. Tove Larsson, who is an assistant professor at Northern Arizona University. In her talk, she will be sharing with us her recent collaborative research on adverb placement in spoken and … Continue reading Corpus Linguistics Student Organization (COLISTO) Guest Speaker Series

April 30, 2021, 1:00-2:00pm | Sign up for Zoom link.

Emerging Writers Reading Series for March

Our readers this month will be Julia Bilek, Jordan Dunn, Emily Golden, and A’Ja Lyons. We hope you will be able to join us in hearing their wonderful work! If you have joined us for previous Emerging Writers readings, you will notice that this differs from past events, which were held on Thursdays. This semester, … Continue reading Emerging Writers Reading Series for March

March 23, 2021, 7:00pm | Online via Webex -- Contact Aimee Burch for the password

Allison Boyd Justus: An Afternoon of Poetry

Please join us for the Writing and Media Center’s second virtual Featured Author Series Event, “Allison Boyd Justus: An Afternoon of Poetry” on Friday April 9, 2-3pm. Allison Boyd Justus is a Graduate Communication Consultant at the WMC, graduating with her MFA in Creative Writing and Environment in May 2021. Her MFA thesis, the poetry … Continue reading Allison Boyd Justus: An Afternoon of Poetry

April 9, 2021, 2:00-3:00pm | Via Zoom

Nonfiction Publishing Panel

Please join us for the Writing and Media Center’s Featured Author Series Spring 2021 events. The first event is a “Non-Fiction Publishing Panel” featuring Ed Lyon, Dara T. Mathis, and Katharine A. Burnett. Register to attend at https://tinyurl.com/nonfictionpublishing.

March 22, 2021, 4:00-5:30pm | Via Zoom
CATEGORIES: ALT, Department Events, TESL

TESL/ALT Brown Bag Colloquium Series

Mark your calendars for the fifth Brown Bag event of Spring 2021. Kristin Terrill will present on examining writing quality-detracting traits in theses and dissertations with human readers and Grammarly.

February 26, 2021, 12:00-1:00pm