This June two Honors College students and Prof. Franciosi will participate in a two-week study/service program sponsored by the Holocaust Education Foundation (HEF) of Northwestern University
Beginning Fall 2016, the GVSU English department is offering a brand new M.A. in Applied Linguistics.
Are you a graduate student interested in studying abroad in the UK? You can read an account of this year's UK Study Abroad Program written by a graduate student.
The English Department offers three opportunities for studying abroad, including two for elementary and secondary English education students.
This fall, the English and Physics departments are pleased to announce a cross-disciplinary course on science and science fiction.
English majors graduate from our program with a wide range of marketable skills. They work in education, in business, in entertainment, and in the non-profit sector.
Meagan Roche, Seth Regan, and Ari Mokdad (graduated Dec 14)--they had a poster presentation accepted at GLEEFUL, The Great Lakes Expo for Experimental and Formal Undergraduate Linguistics.
Want to know what your professor might focus on in an upcoming course? Check out these descriptions of Spring and Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Winter 2017 offerings, provided by the professors teaching the classes. Then register for your favorite.
The English Department has a new faculty-led Study Abroad program for 2015. For the first time at GVSU, students will have the opportunity to study British literature in its original cultural and geographical context during a four-week stay in England.
Learn how to read and write comics in the spring of 2015--and get four credits along the way. This spring semester, the English Department and the College of Interdisciplinary Studies are pleased to offer two courses focused on comics.