Grad School Confidential is a new series featuring students who have made the transition from undergraduate to graduate school. Morgan Aprill, who studied literature as an undergrad, is now a graduate student in the Intensive English Institute here at Ball State University. When I first graduated in May of this year, I didn’t think I’d […]
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Michael Begnal received his BA from Penn State University, and went on to earn his MFA from North Carolina State University. This semester he is teaching four sections of Eng 103: Rhetoric and Writing. How would you describe yourself as a teacher? I tend to combine a number of different modes, variously employing Socratic seminar-style discussion, […]
Next Monday (9/28) is the start of our annual Career Week, five days of informative sessions, visiting stars to steer by, and future-altering talks that are sure to boost your confidence and further prepare you for the real world. There’s something for everyone, from day one’s session with Professor Day, where she’ll offer an overview of […]
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Todd McKinney serves the Ball State English Department in a number of ways: as a teacher, an English Majors adviser, and as faculty adviser for the Writers Community. He works on his poems line by line and a nonfiction project regarding Family sentence by sentence. His work has appeared in The Cimarron Review, The Greensboro […]
Tyler Gobble graduated from Ball State with a degree in English/Creative Writing in 2011. While there, he was a member of Writers’ Community, editor of The Broken Plate, and tutored in The Writing Center. He is currently a poetry fellow at Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas, and he returned to BSU […]
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You love #bsuenglish, don’t you? We tweet funny things, introduce you to new literature loving friends, keep you updated on events happening in/around the department. We’re like that somewhat off-her-rocker Aunt who pops up occasionally to give you really good advice, except we don’t ask a million questions about your love life. But when @bsuenglish tweets at […]
Dr. Rutter received her BA in History from UNC-Chapel Hill, then went on to earn her MA in English from North Carolina State University. She then earned her Ph.D. in English from Duquesne University. This semester, she is teaching one section of ENG 230 Reading and Writing About Literature and one section of ENG 250 […]