Chapman Leatherby Libraries and the Department of English invite you to, An Evening on the Rails, featuring Professors Richard Bausch and Tom Zoellner on Monday, October 13, 2014 at 4 p.m. in Henley Reading Room, Leatherby Libraries, Second Floor. These two professors published books this year which described a particular stretch of rail in
The Faculty Research and Development Council is pleased to bring you the third lecture of the fall 2013 Faculty Forum Lecture Series with Dr. Crystal Murphy, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Dr. Tom Zoellner, Associate Professor of English, presenting a lecture on “Always Duck Behind the Engine Block: Conducting Research in Hostile Environments,” Tuesday,
Associate Professor of English, Anna Leahy, was recently listed in Notables in the “Best American Essays Book for her essay, “Half-Skull Days,” published in The Pinch. The Best American Essays is a yearly anthology of magazine articles published in the United States. It was started in 1986 and is now part of The Best American
The John Fowles Center for Creative Writing Literary Forum continues on Monday, February 25, 2013 with author Miguel Syjuco. Miguel Syjuco is a Filipino writer from Iloilo, and is the son of Augusto Syjuco Jr., the current representative of the second district of Iloilo. His first novel, Ilustrado, won the 2008 Palanca Awards Grand Prize
Acknowledged master of the short story, Professor Richard Bausch in the Department of English , has been selected to receive the 2013 John William Corrington Award for Literary Excellence from Centenary College of Louisiana. “One of the things that has so impressed this department about his stories, besides the quality of the telling, is
Professor of Political Science, Dr. Lori Cox Han, has been asked to speak as the Spring 2012 Distinguished Guest Lecture for the Saddleback College Emeritus Institute in Laguna Woods on Friday, April 20. Dr. Han will be speaking about the presidential campaign and over 300 people are expected to attend. Alicia Kozameh, an instructor
Anna Leahy, Ph.D., Department of English, Wilkinson College, has had her poem “After Assassination” published in the Summer/Fall 2010 issue of Crab Orchard Review. Dr. Leahy’s poem, “Rules for Writing a Poem,” was recently published in Cream City Review.
Mark Axelrod, Ph.D., professor of English, Wilkinson, is serving as a film mentor for HATCH and its signature event, HATCHfest 2010, a film festival that will be held in Bozeman, Montana Sept. 22-25. HATCH is a year-round non-profit organization, based in Bozeman, designed to develop and foster the growth of creative minds in various industries