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 businesses, 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 Fall 2015 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.
The Language Arts Journal of Michigan is an award-winning journal co-edited by Robert Rozema. Its latest issue examines mental illness and English language arts education.
And the winners are . . .
Awards for creative, critical, historical, or scholarly projects relating to Shakespeare, his times, and the Renaissance (1350-1650 A.D.) 1st Prize= $100, 2nd Prize= $75, and 3rd Prize= $50.
Many studies of Eliot's writings have mentioned his religious beliefs, but most have failed to give the topic due weight, and many have misunderstood or misrepresented his faith.