Venture, Utah's Clemente branch, helps low income students explore the Humanities with college faculty.
Jones' courses include a literary exploration of the Werewolf and a graduate fiction workshop.
The award recognizes Dr. Stockton's leadership and work in reclaiming the word "queer" for the LGBTQ community.
Dr. Roh comes to us from Old Dominion University in VA. He was lured to the U by strength of the English Department and Utah's majestic mountain scenery.
Metcalf's memoir wins the award for Literary Arts.
All levels of the English program are represented, from undergraduate through PhD.
Travel award requires that recipients spend one year abroad
Distinguished author and English Department faculty member Melanie Rae Thon will publish a new work this fall. Readers can now also purchase her previous works as ebooks.
Poetry, prose, and critical samples are due by March 5th.
Nine awards were offered University-wide.
Two current PhD students and a recent graduate receive prestigious grants.
Former Utah English professor and U.S. poet laureate dies at 80
The collaborative reading series enters its 20th year.
A committed advising professional, Shawn comes to us from UC Boulder.
For Poetry, Mapping SLC
Professor Samuels will be formally recognized during the College convocation ceremony on May 2.
The award celebrates commitment and innovation in the classroom.
Student documentary program is profiled in the current issue
Monday, March 31; 12:55-5:00 pm
Stellar English Department faculty net 2 out of 4 U of U awards.
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Professor Rekdal has won UNT's Rilke prize in poetry for her book "Animal Eye"
Professors Coles and Olsen have been awarded fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
The National Endowment for the Arts received more than 2800 applications in this round. Lisa and Meg were among an elite group of just 40 applicants to be awarded the fellowship.
University of Utah College of Humanities' Professor Lance Olsen has been invited to live and write at the Berlin Academy from Dec. 2012 to June 2013 as the Mary Ellen van der Heyden Berlin Prize in Fiction Fellow. This prestigious recognition comes shortly after Olsen was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship.