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Journal Explores Mental Illness

Journal Explores Mental Illness

The Language Arts Journal of Michigan is an award-winning journal co-edited by Robert Rozema. Its latest issue examines mental illness and English language arts education.

Shakespeare Winners Announced

Shakespeare Winners Announced

And the winners are . . .

Shakespeare Festival Student Competition

Shakespeare Festival Student Competition

Awards for creative, critical, historical, or scholarly projects relating to Shakespeare, his times, and the Renaissance (1350-1650 A.D.) 1st Prize= $100, 2nd Prize= $75, and 3rd Prize= $50.

New Collection Explores T.S. Eliot's Christianity

New Collection Explores T.S. Eliot's Christianity

Many studies of Eliot's writings have mentioned his religious beliefs, but most have failed to give the topic due weight, and many have misunderstood or misrepresented his faith.

Visiting Scholars, Fall 2014

Visiting Scholars, Fall 2014

The English Department is hosting two visiting scholars from China this fall--Chunyan Zhou and Jessica Huang.

New Book Explores Early Teaching

New Book Explores Early Teaching

Robert Rozema and Lindsay Ellis asked recent graduates of the Secondary English Education program to write about their careers. The result is a new collection--Early Career English Teachers in Action.

Why Major In English?

Why Major In English?

Dan Modderman earned his B.A. in Education with an emphasis in teaching English and History from GVSU in 1997. He began teaching at Rockford High School in the Fall of 1997 and has been teaching for 10 years. He has taught a variety of writing and literat

What can you do with an English Major?

What can you do with an English Major?

Frequently, students majoring in English ask me for a list of the jobs they can do when they graduate. My response is that there is good news and better news. First the good news - there is no list (more on this later). The better news is that English maj

Lake Michigan Writing Project

Lake Michigan Writing Project

The Lake Michigan Writing Project (LMWP) is an organization of, by, and for teachers of writing at all grade levels and in all disciplines, dedicated to improving the teaching and uses of writing through a variety of programs. LMWP is an affiliate of t

Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society

Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society

Students at the 2008 Sigma Tau Delta ceremony. For information about joining Sigma Tau Delta, contact Barbara Schneider at 616-331-3681 or schneidb@gvsu.edu.