Prof. Marianne Szlyk’s poem “The Summer After the Bridge Closed,” published by Duane’s PoeTree blog. (The link is updated, sorry for the confusion.)
“Fat black crows strut down/
quiet streets, across matted grass.”
Sample some literature this spring. Explore a play by August Wilson; poetry by Gwendolyn Brooks, Sherman Alexie, Li Young Lee, and others; short stories by Ha Jin, Edgar Allan Poe, Joyce Carol Oates, and others; and flash fiction.
Watch an amazing movie. You may even attend a poetry reading!
Sustainability involves not only how humanity lives in such a way that the resources used exceed those that are available, but also steps we can take to curb or reverse that trend. In this learning community, we will join CHEM 109 and ENGL 103 in order to learn more about local, national, and global sustainability and how to make it part of our daily lives and work.
By enrolling in this learning community, you will work more closely with professors and your fellow students, see the connections between chemistry and technical writing, go on intriguing field trips, and explore how you can make a difference in your own and others’ lives for years to come. You may just find your future career!
Join this learning community:
Are you concerned about the future of our earth? A special MC “Learning Community” is taking it on!
Preserving the Blue Marble: Global Sustainability through Chemistry and Writing unites ENGL 103 and CHEM 109 with a single curriculum focused around the concept of sustainability or the wise use of our resources so that Earth remains livable beyond the present.
Through this Learning Community, you will learn not only about the challenges of living sustainably but also the ways that we can make a difference both individually and together.
To join this Learning Community, please sign up for:
For more information, please write Prof. Benson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Prof. Szlyk at Marianne.email@example.com.
Sign up for ENGL 190 Intro. to Literature.
It’s a general elective… Humanities distribution
Explore plays like Fences and A Doll’s House, graphic fiction, short stories like “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”, flash fiction, and poems!
Explore topics like gender equality, the relationship between parents and children, African-American experience in the United States, Latino/a experience in the United States, immigration, self-actualization, and the battle between free verse and form in poetry.
For more information, email Dr. Szlyk at Marianne.firstname.lastname@example.org
ENGL 272: Introduction to the Creative Writing of Poetry
ENGL 264: Introduction to the Creative Writing of Fiction
ENGL 265: Advanced Fiction
Special Honors Offerings (talk to Prof. Julie Wakeman-Linn):
HONR275: Potomac Review (Literary Journal) Internship:
Sign up now for ENGL 272DL
Introduction to Creative Writing, Poetry online
Everyone is welcome–new and experienced poets alike!
For more information, please contact Marianne.email@example.com