Congratulations to Dr. Carol Samson, award-winning director of the play "The Tie That Binds." In October 2015, Carol adapted Kent Haruf's novel The Tie That Binds for stage performance at The SteamPlant Theatre in Salida, Colorado. The adaptation was nominated for multiple awards by the Colorado Community Theatre Coalition and Carol was awarded Best Director.
Outstanding FSEM Instructor of the Year!
Congratulations to Writing Program faculty member Megan Kelly on winning Outstanding FSEM Instructor of the Year - a student nominated award for excellence in First Year Seminar instruction.
Professor Heather Martin received the University of Denver’s award for “Service Learning Faculty Member of the Year,” joining her colleague Liz Drogin, who received that same award two years ago. The entire Writing Program received the Community-Engaged Department of the Year Award in 2012.
Dr. Kara Taczak, Writing Program Lecturer, was recently announced to be the winner of the Conference on College Composition and Communication 2015 Research Impact Award for the book she co-authored: "Writing across Contexts: Transfer, Composition, and Sites of Writing." Dr. Taczak will be honored at the CCCC Convention in Tampa in March. Congratulations Kara for this outstanding achievement and contribution to the professional work in the composition field!
Congratulations to Writing Program Lecturer David J. Daniels for being a finalist for the prestigious Kate Tufts Discovery Award! This award is given annually to poets that show great promise and is one of the most distinguished awards in the field. David's first book "Clean" is a top five first book finalist. Congratulations David!
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Short History of Student Writing Exhibit
Please join the us in celebrating A Short History of the Long History of Student Writing at DU, a showcase of the diverse writing of DU students (and a few faculty members) from 1882 to 2015. Highlights include full issues as well as curated stories from DU's three student newspapers, protest flyers and other ephemera from "Woodstock West," selections from student yearbooks, among many other artifacts. The event will begin with a food and beverage service, to be followed by a short presentation about the exhibit and ending with a tour of the exhibits on the 2nd and 3rd floor.
What: A Short History of the Long History of DU Student Writing Opening Reception
When: Wednesday November 9, 2016, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Special Events Room (290 AAC)
Refreshments will be served.