Sue Doe, professor in the Department of English, now serves as a representative voice for around 1,500 CSU faculty members in her new role as Faculty Council chair at Colorado State University.
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CSU alumna Ann Diaz publishes an anthology cookbook of more than 220 purposefully curated recipes and histories in commemoration of the American Legion Auxiliary.
Entering the Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing redefined Felicia Zamora’s professional trajectory in a way that continues to support her personal aspirations.
In 2015, following her first year in Colorado State University’s Master of English literature program, Kristen Mullen (M.A. ‘16) got a passport and headed to Xi’an, China, with a few fellow English students.
Assistant Professor Ramona Ausubel captures the world and the human condition in books; she teaches students to do the same.
Erika Szymanski, assistant professor of rhetoric of science in the Department of English, uses language to make the invisible visible. That’s a challenge when you study microbes. Read more about microbiomes and about how our perceptions bring them into being.
The Center for Literary Publishing at CSU has been awarded a $10,000 Art Works grant from NEA to support national and regional publications in 2020.
U.S. Army veteran and current MFA creative writing student Ryan Lantham facilitates a Veterans Writing Workshop through the University Writing Center.
Rekindle the Classics is a monthly series of casual discussions about works of classic literature held by the English Department at Colorado State University and the Poudre River Public Library.
English Professor Camille Dungy is one of 16 writers asked to dissect consequential moments in African American history through poems and stories in The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project.