The English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) serves the social and academic needs of the English graduate student community. Through guest speakers, regular meetings, evenings out, sponsored readings, and other creative activities, the EGSA supports student participation in the English department, extra-curricular events, and career building opportunities in order to create a fun and healthy learning environment.
2016-2017 Alexis Renfro & Anne Dennon, Co-Chairs
2010-2011 Heather Tonnemaker & Chelsea Brandon, Co-Chairs
2009-2010 Suhaila Hassouneh & Christopher Strom, Co-Chairs
2008-2009 Ryan Phill & Amanda Ross, Co-Chairs
2007-2008 Christopher Rose, Chair
2006-2007 Lucas Peters, Chair, Lacy Meeks & Jennifer Settle, Co-Directors
2005-2006 Paula Collucci & Jessica Durgan, Co-Chairs
2004-2005 Corey Dosch, Chair
EGSA will be collecting new and gently used clothing items to donate to the Ellensburg Community Clothing Center. The drive will run until the end of February.
The donation box will be in the English department (L&L 4th Floor).
Please contact Camille for more information: Camille.Borodey@cwu.edu
On behalf of the Presidents United Against Student Hunger (P.U.S.H.) and the local FISH food bank, the English Graduate Student Association would like to encourage you to donate non-perishable food items and hygiene products to be given to those in need. If you would like to contribute, please bring your donations to the English Department L&L 423 donation box or to L&L 408G, and the graduate students will deliver them to the drop-off locations located on and off campus. This is an ongoing event. Please email Lexi (email@example.com) or Anne (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
ALL Masters students currently working on theses are encouraged to attend these evening workshops featuring:
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