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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
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GRADUATE STUDENTS
Submitted: 06-16-2006     Name:Billy GibsonHometown: Department: English
News:Billy Gibson graduated in Spring with a Master of Arts (Literature), completing his superior paper, “Crime Waves: Deceit, Larceny, Collusion, and Murder in the Victorian Criminal Underworld in Several Works by Charles Dickens,” under the direction of George Drake (Chair), Gerry Stacy, and Paulus Pimomo. He will be entering the teacher certification program at CWU.
Submitted: 06-16-2006     Name:Jessica DurganHometown: Department: English
News:Jessica Durgan graduated in Spring with her Master of Arts (Literature), completing her thesis, “Who Read What? Depictions of Reading in 19th Century British Novels,” under the direction of George Drake (Chair), Laila Abdalla, and Paulus Pimomo. She will be entering a Ph.D. program at the University of Texas A & M.
Submitted: 06-16-2006     Name:Margaret AmadHometown: Department: English
News:Margaret Amad graduated with her Masters of Arts (Literature) in Spring, completing her exam under the direction of Gerry Stacy (Chair), Laila Abdalla, and John Vifian.
Submitted: 06-14-2006     Name:Matthew HuettHometown: Department: English
News:Matthew Huett (M.A. Literature and Teaching Certification) has accepted a teaching position at a high school in Nyssa, Oregon.
Submitted: 06-03-2006     Name:Jessica DurganHometown: Department: English
News:Jessica Durgan (M.A. LIT) has been admitted to the Ph.D. program at Texas A & M with an appointment as a Teaching Assistant and a $20,000 Merit Fellowship.
Submitted: 06-03-2006     Name:Janine BatorHometown: Department: English
News:Janine Bator (M.A. LIT) has won a Summer Research Grant of $2,500 from the CWU Office of Graduate Studies. She will use the grant for research on her thesis project, titled "Repossessing Identity: the Work of Rita Ann Higgins." Janine will travel to Ireland this summer to interview Irish poet Higgins and study at the Yeats International Summer School.
Submitted: 06-03-2006     Name:Heather-Ann JohnsonHometown: Department: English
News:Heather-Ann Johnson (M.A. LIT) gave a presentation entitled "Productively Responding to Student Needs: A Portfolio Approach to Recurring Sessions" at the Pacific Northwest Writing Center Association conference in April 2006 at Oregon State University.
Submitted: 03-30-2006     Name:Jen RammHometown: Department: English
News:JEN RAMM has had one of her short stories, "Leaving Nowhere", accepted for a graduate conference at Virginia Tech University in April.
Submitted: 03-30-2006     Name:Scott TomberlinHometown: Department: English
News:SCOTT TOMBERLIN had a review of Abigail Child's book _This is Called Moving: a Critical Poetics of Film_ accepted for publication in the Rocky Mountain Moderm Language Association (RMMLA) Newsletter.
Submitted: 03-30-2006     Name:Jolyn ReisdorfHometown: Department: English
News:JOLYN REISDORF presented her paper entitled "Do as I Say Not as I do: The Lessons in Jane Eyre" at the "Passing and Questions of Legitimacy" conference at the University of Tulsa, February 18-19, 2006. She was also awarded a travel grant from the Office of Graduate Studies for her trip.
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FACULTY MEMBER
Submitted: October 1, 2012     Name:Lisa NorrisHometown: Department: English
News:Lisa Norris's poem "Displays" was published in the anthology In the Black/In the Red (Helicon 2012).
Submitted: October 1, 2012     Name:Joe JohnsonHometown: Department: English
News:Joe Johnson's short story "Starlings" received an Editor's Choice Prize in the 2012 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest. The story will be published in the Fall 2012 issue of Carve Magazine.
Submitted: September 4, 2012     Name:Christopher SchedlerHometown: Department: English
News:Dr. Christopher Schedler, Associate Professor of English and Director of Multimodal Learning, was one of 40 educators from around the world selected to participate in the Sloan-C Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning at Penn State University, August 6-9, 2012.
Submitted: May 11, 2012     Name:Terry MartinHometown: Department: English
News:Terry Martin has poems published in the most recent issues of Paper Nautilus, Spindrift, Floating Bridge Review, and Earth's Daughters, and in the anthology Broken Circles. She also has poems forthcoming in Rockhurst Review, Riverrun, and Impact: An Anthology of Short Memoirs.
Submitted: April 24, 2012     Name:Christopher SchedlerHometown: Department: English
News:Dr. Christopher Schedler was elected President of the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association (PNASA) at their annual conference on the theme "Outside In/Inside Out: (Im)Migrant Communities of the Pacific Northwest" held at CWU on April 12-14, 2012. He will serve as President of the association until 2014 when the PNASA conference returns to CWU.
Submitted: January 9, 2012     Name:Christopher SchedlerHometown: Department: English
News:Dr. Christopher Schedler, Associate Professor of English, delivered a paper on "Jewish Diaspora and Indigenous Identity in Michael Chabon's The Yiddish Policeman's Union" at the Modern Language Association Conference in Seattle, January 5-8, 2012.
Submitted: December 8, 2011     Name:Lisa NorrisHometown: Department: English
News:Lisa Norris gave readings from her short story collection Women Who Sleep with Animals at the Western Literature Association Conference in Missoula, the Hemingway Festival at the University of Idaho, and at Virginia Tech during Fall quarter 2011.
Submitted: October 31, 2011     Name:Christopher SchedlerHometown: Department: English
News:Dr. Christopher Schedler, Associate Professor of English, had his article "Wiindigoo Sovereignty and Native Transmotion in Gerald Vizenor's Bearheart" published in the most recent issue of the journal Studies in American Indian Literatures 23.3 (Fall 2011).
Submitted: October 25, 2011     Name:Hometown: Department: English
News:Terry Martin, English, has seven new poems published in the most recent issues of three literary journals—Bijou Poetry Review, Spindrift, and Earth's Daughters, and in the literary anthology, Broken Circles, published by Cave Moon Press.
Submitted: July 15, 2011     Name:Christopher SchedlerHometown: Department: English
News:Dr. Christopher Schedler, Associate Professor of English and Faculty Fellow for Online Learning, delivered a presentation with Dr. Tracy Pellett on how to "Maximize Faculty Development Through a Multi-Dimensional Model of Support" at the Emerging Technologies for Online Learning conference in San Jose, July 11-13, 2011.
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STAFF MEMBER
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ALUMNI
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