Tag Archives: Faculty

Dr. Danielle Lillge to Offer Teacher Research Graduate Course Fall 2017

Dr. Danielle Lillge [Lill-ghee] will be leading graduate course ENG 732 Teacher Research for the Fall of 2017. This class is crafted for instructors, both of secondary and higher education, who are interested in investigating their teaching and student learning …

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English department welcomes new faculty

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 …

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STC Annual Student Conference

Saturday, April 27 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Plaster Student Union 313 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Branding Yourself Doesn’t Have to Hurt Jonathan Kitchin, Senior Manager OrangePoint, Overland Park, Kansas 9:15 a.m. Dangerous Neighbors: Lessons and Opportunities for …

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Springfield’s Hidden History of Diversity: A Panel Discussion

Join us Monday, April 8, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Carrington Auditorium (Room 208) to hear panelists highlight the findings of articles recently published in Springfield’s Urban Histories: Essays on the Queen City of the Missouri Ozarks (Moon City Press, 2012). There will be an autographed book …

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Pamela Smith Hill Presents “Pioneer Girl: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Untold Story”

A Springfield native now living in Portland, Oregon, Pamela Smith Hill returns to Springfield on Tuesday, March 19, sponsored by the Ozarks Studies Institute and speaking as part of Women’s History Month. At 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, she will …

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Women’s History Month Calendar of Events

March is Women’s History Month. Join us for these exciting events. Women’s History Month 2013: Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination Missouri State University Calendar of Events For more information, visit us on Facebook Date Time Location Type of Event Title …

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Dr. Shannon Wooden’s online course earns top spot

Dr. Shannon Wooden’s online Introduction to Literature (ENG 200) course earned the top spot in Missouri State Online’s category of Interaction and Collaboration. Wooden will recieve recognition for her outstanding work at a campus event this spring.    

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Watch the Jo McDougall and Michael Czyzniejewski Readings

If you missed Jo McDougall or Michael Czyzniejewski read their work on campus, that’s okay. Now is your chance to enjoy what you missed: Jo McDougall, visiting poet and memoirist, read from her poetry and new memoir on Tuesday, Nov. 13, …

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Fiction Reading: Chicago Stories by Michael Czyzniejewski

Michael Czyzniejewski, Missouri State University’s newest Creative Writing Faculty member will be reading from his most recently published book, Chicago Stories, on Friday, October 26th at 7 p.m. in the PSU Theater.  Chicago Stories is a collection of 40 dramatic …

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