In Summer 2021, Stevenson English moved into its new home in Garrison Hall South on the Owings Mills Campus. We miss Greenspring, but we are thrilled to be back on campus, back to in-person classes, and we are loving being located right in the middle of things.
We are now on the second floor of Garrison South, right above the coffee shop and next door to the new Reading Room, so it’s easier than ever to hang out with English faculty or read on the couch outside the English offices between classes.
On Wednesday, Sept 1, we hosted a Welcome Party to introduce everyone to the new space, allow returning students to see each other in person, and welcome new students to the English community.
We’ll have lots of news to share with you this fall, starting with a great roster of fall courses, including Dr. Tamer’s Myth and Magic, Prof. Nyland’s Fiction Workshop, Dr. Kniss’s A Happy Death, Dr. Van Aken’s Children’s Literature, Dr. Smith’s Grant Writing, and Dr. Chandler’s Advanced Critical Approaches to Literature. We have one new-to-Stevenson course launching this fall, Dr. Nyland’s ENG 180 Storytelling, a communication-intensive course in oral and multimedia storytelling with an emphasis on delivery and reception. We’ll share more about this new course later in the semester.
We also have news coming about Greenspring Review goings-on, literary and creative writing events, faculty news, and a first-ever First Year Seminar field trip, organized by Dr. Snyder’s First Year Seminar, so stay tuned.