Dive into the environments that inspired Tennessee Williams, Langston Hughes, Mark Twain, Laura Ingalls Wilder and many more.
Dr. Leslie Seawright has been studying how and why officers are writing their police reports.
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The Higher Learning Commission reaccredited Missouri State University for another 10 years.
High school students are invited to participate in the first High School Writing Conference organized by the Ozarks Writing Project.
“These women weren’t going to Italy to consume good food, wine or clothing. They were much more than tourists,” said Dr. Etta Madden.
The creative writing faculty has chosen seven writers, spanning four genres, to represent the student creative force at the Fall 2016 Student Invitational Reading. Who will read? This semester’s readers include the following students: Ana Berkovich, fiction Brandy Clark, poetry Aundrea Davis,
Missouri State’s English students have collected campus ghost stories for the last 15 years, and this week those stories will be told during the MSU Folklore Club’s 9th annual Haunted Tour. Hauntings reported across campus The tour winds through campus for
MSU was awarded $504,284 by the U.S. Department of Education for Improving English Language Teaching in the Ozarks. This program will help to implement and evaluate teacher training of English language learners in collaboration with local schools.
Alumna Annie England Noblin (’05, ’07) will sign copies of her recently released second novel, “Just Fine with Caroline,” on Oct. 11 at Paw Prints in the Plaster Student Union. Book synopsis From the author of “Sit! Stay! Speak!” comes
Please help us welcome the following professors who joined us this fall. Dr. Suneeta Thomas, TESOL Dr. Thomas was born in India and raised in United Arab Emirates. She specializes in different styles of English spoken throughout world. Dr. Jonathan Newman, English