The Workplace Writing Forum, a student organization in the English Department, is pleased to sponsor two English Week presentations by Dr. Stephen Carradini, assistant professor of technical communication at Arizona State University. He teaches and researches digital ethics and the effects of emerging technologies on professional activity. His recent research projects include … [Read more...] about English Week Featured Speaker: Dr. Stephen Carradini
The Workplace Writing Forum, a student organization in the English Department, is pleased to sponsor an English Week presentation during their student conference by publishing industry expert Kimberly Goldstein, Director of Managing Editorial at Simon & Schuster (S&S). Goldstein has over 20 years of publishing-industry experience. Prior to her current role, she was … [Read more...] about English Week Featured Presentation: “From Manuscript to Finished Book: Careers in the Publishing Industry.”
The English Department is hosting a reading via Zoom on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, at 7 PM CST in collaboration with Moon City Press. Author Andrew Bertaina will be reading from his collection One Person Away From You. About Andrew Bertaina Andrew Bertaina's short story collection One Person Away From You won the Moon City Press Short Fiction Award in 2020. His work has … [Read more...] about Upcoming Reading: Andrew Bertaina
Missouri State University’s English Department and Pagination Bookshop are collaborating to host a Virtual Author Event on February 2, 2022, at 7 PM CST. It will feature Margret Sullivan, who recently published her memoir, Fragments from a Mobile Life, and will be reading excerpts from it. Sullivan will be joined by MSU’s very own Dr. Etta Madden and Dr. John … [Read more...] about Virtual Author Event: Margaret Sullivan
The English Department’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, an International English Honor Society, inducted seven new members at its first meeting of the fall semester in the Plaster Student Union, where Dr. Heidi Hadley, Director of English Education, delivered the keynote address. “Only students of high scholarship are admitted to our ranks,” Dr. Jonathon Newman, one of the … [Read more...] about To Study English . . .