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English Language and Literature News

Date: Nov 2019

eng grant writing

If you’re like me, you’ve heard of grants before and maybe had an inkling of what they were. Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric, Dr. Amanda Licastro is teaching ENG 337 Advanced Topics: Grant Writing this semester....

ml excited

You’ve probably read about Senior English major Morgan LaMonica on the Stevenson website or read her creative work in the Greenspring Review. Either way, she is an accomplished student. Now, she has published a children’s book!...

reuseable containers

In addition to participating in "Wild Life: Poetry for the Planet" in October, students in Dr. Kniss's ENG 281 The Happy Death and Dr. Licastro's ENG 401 Major Author: Margaret Atwood courses continued learning about sustainability through participating in Zero Waste  Week....Click here to read more.

Morgan LaMonica reads at the Baltimore Book Festival

On Sunday, November 3, two senior English majors had the opportunity to read their creative writing at the Baltimore Book Festival. The reading was part of the annual University Writers’ Program, hosted each year by the Ivy Bookshop. This year, the event was held in the Columbus Center on Pier 6 in the Inner Harbor....Click here to read more.

Spooky Readers 2

Professor Meagan Nyland’s ENG 325 Creative Writing class read their original Halloween or spooky season themed short stories at the Spooky Stories event. It was free and students were encouraged to bring guests....

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