Interview with WSU English Alumnus and Newly Published Author
I was born and raised in Ohio and currently live in the village of Alpha with my wife and three children. Despite my love for travel, I’ve stayed close to home. I studied English at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, for both my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. During my time as an MA student, I discovered my love for teaching. Right now I continue to teach and go to school as a PhD...
The WSU English department’s Colloquium Committee is pleased to announce its second event of the semester: “Helping Students Succeed the Humanities Way,” a presentation by Associate Chair and Director of Writing Programs, Dr. Richard Bullock. Rich will share insights from his recent research, including a framework of assignments and activities that help students develop skills for individual success as well as promote humanistic inquiry necessary for being thoughtful and engaged thinkers...
CoLA Employee Recognition Awards 2014
This fall, we celebrate many great employees who have completed milestone years of employment at Wright State University. The College of Liberal Arts is proud to honor the following faculty and staff from our college:
Victoria Oleen, Theatre
Bruce B. Cromer, Theatre
Jack L. Dustin, Urban Affairs
Chris Hall, English
The Visiting Writers Series is sponsored by the Department of English and the Creative Writing Program, and is made possible by the generous support of the Carol H. Cline Endowment. Each year, the series brings approximately six to eight nationally-recognized writers to campus to visit classes, host workshops, and read their work. Past visiting writers include National Book Award finalists Charles Baxter and Joan Silber, and Pulitzer Prize winners Philip Schultz and Robert Olen Butler, as...
Please attend the upcoming Big Read Event on Wednesday, Oct. 15 (in the Educational Resource Center, 116 Allyn)— even if you can only spare a half hour.
Everyone’s favorite librarian, Maureen Barry, is organizing this fun event again this year on behalf of the Common Text committee.
We’ll be reading aloud from John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, this year’s common text, from start to finish. Students can read as much or as little at a go as they like; it’s worth...
Common Text event October 13: Funky Winkerbean artist Tom Batuik and WSU faculty, including our own Dr. Carol Loranger, discussing the topic "Cancer in Popular Culture."
Apollo Room, Student Union 7:00 p.m.