The top three winners will receive an award from the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement:
Finalist to perform at the Gala will receive a $750 award Second place winner will receive a $500 award Third place winner will receive a $250 award.
Awards will be given in the form of scholarships for individual participants or as student organization funding for group submissions.
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We are looking for English adjuncts to teach English 1301 and 1302 classes in the Fall at Eastfield College. Applicants must have a Masters Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in HUSL (English and/or Literature) on their graduate transcripts.
Interested applicants may email their CV and a cover letter to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 972-391-1067 for further questions.
Thank you so much for assisting us in this process!
Shazia Ali, Ph.D
Professor of English
Arts, Language, and Literature
3737 Motley Dr.
Mesquite, TX 75150
A reminder that any grades of incomplete received in the Fall 2012 semester must be resolved by March 18th or the incomplete will automatically become a grade of F. To insure resolution of incompletes, be sure to have all necessary materials to your instructor no later than Friday, March 8, 2013.
Instead of using the somewhat awkward Facebook page, I will be posting information to the new A&H Grad blog. This way, calls for papers, deadlines, links to articles, etc, will all be neatly filed and hopefully easier to find.
Hello, my name is Christopher Beard. I am a Doctoral Fellow in Poetry at UNT, as well as Treasurer of the Graduate Students in English Association (GSEA), and I am contacting you to encourage you and your colleagues to attend and participate in our annual conference: “The Literary and the Critical: Poetics and the Politics of Writing in the 21st Century.”
I know all too well how busy life in academia can get in mid-semester, but I hope you’ll consider taking advantage of this chance to build our regional literary community. These small, affordable local conferences serve as great opportunities for us to practice presenting our work and allow us to network with other grad programs in the region. This event is a simple and convenient way to expand your experience level, and if you present a paper or panel, it’s an easy way to add a line to your CV. We have already received a number of promising submissions from Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.
Please do share this message with your colleagues, and please submit some of your own work. You can visit the Critical Voices Facebook Page or view our attached call for papers if you would like more info. I hope you’ll forward this message to faculty and students alike, and I hope we see you in March!
Doctoral Fellow (Poetry)
University of North Texas
Today is the deadline to submit proposals for Graduate Studies Committee consideration on March 6.
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