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Mourning Professor Emeritus Walter Foote

The English Department mourns the passing of Professor Emeritus Walter Foote.

Professor Alvarez publishes translation of Moroccan travelogue

Professor Alvarez publishes translation of Moroccan travelogue

Professor Rozema publishes first issue of journal highlighting autistic culture

Professor Rozema publishes journal highlighting autistic culture

MA English Student Awarded Prize at WIU Research Conference

Master Arts in English student Ashley Quinn awarded prize at WIU Research Conference.

Professor Brown Wins Pineapple Award

Professor Brown Wins Pineapple Award

Professor Masko wins CLAS Award

Professor Masko wins CLAS Award

MA-AL Graduate Student Receives Award

Nicole DeWindt of the MA Applied Linguistics Program has been awarded the Graduate Dean's Citation for Academic Excellence

MA-AL Graduate Student Presents at East Central Writing Center Association Conference

Benjamin Sparks, a Masters of Arts student in Applied Linguistics, recently presented at the East Central Writing Center Association Conference (ECWA).

How an English Degree Can Make You a Desirable Hire

Everyone knows English majors can't get jobs. Except the employers who hire them. College kids - and their parents - think a humanities degree is useless. But businesses want students who can write and think critically.

Students Help Refugees Learn English

West Michigan has a long history of resettling refugees from around the world, and students in two Grand Valley courses are helping to teach them how to speak English.



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