Tag: Faculty


  • March Good News

    As March comes to a close, take a moment to help us celebrate all of our #bsuenglish accomplishments! Our faculty and alumni have a whole month full of new successes you just have to read about.  Faculty  Gui Garcia Prof. Garcia’s book, Data Visualization and Analysis in Second Language Research, is now available for pre-order (to be […]

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  • January & February Good News

    Us #bsuenglish folks just keep accomplishing more and more great things! Read our good news from January and February to share in the joy radiating from our faculty, students, and alumni.  Faculty Dr. Suban Nur Cooley has won the 2021 Conference on College Composition and Communication James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award for her dissertation Carrying […]

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  • Fall Good News

    It’s been a tough fall, but that hasn’t stopped #bsuenglish students and faculty from having a myriad of good news. Continue reading to celebrate all of our department’s achievements from the past couple of months as we near the end of 2020. 

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  • Faculty Favorites

    While virtual learning provides a myriad of obstacles, one thing we have been particularly missing here at #bsuenglish is our faculty-student connections. In attempt to strength the bonds between our students and their professors, we present Faculty Favorites! Here, our College of Sciences and Humanities professors will be sharing everything and anything that they’ve been […]

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  • Good News April: Finish Strong

    We know it has been a strange, difficult couple of weeks. As the semester draws to a close, we wanted to share some good news from our community to help boost morale. April saw plenty of awards, several new publications, and a number of career updates that we wanted to celebrate with you. Faculty Prof. […]

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  • October Good News: A Great Month for Publishing

    It’s getting cold out there, #bsuenglish! Hopefully, you’ll find some warmth in all the good news from our faculty, alumni, and students. Read on to hear about an impressive amount of publishings, our Practical Criticism Midwest event, and what your peers are up to! Faculty Emeritus faculty member Prof. Joe Trimmer received two awards at […]

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  • The Stories of #FirstGenBSU

    This fall, Ball State welcomed 4,034 freshmen to our campus, surpassing the previous record of 4,006 in 1997. The record-setting population of freshmen also brought with it an influx of first-generation students — students that are the first in their families to pursue higher education. Throughout the month of September, we set out to welcome […]

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  • Welcome Our New Career Coach Emily Karas

    Emily Karas is the new career coach for the College of Sciences and Humanities. The Career Center is found in LU 220, and their career coaches can help both students and alumni with career-related services, such as developing professional skills, building connections, and choosing majors and minors. What are your office hours? We are in […]

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  • September Good News: Keeping Busy

    Our professors, students, and alumni have been busy this month, publishing, directing, teaching, and more. Check out all the amazing good news they have to share! Faculty Good News  Prof. Sean Lovelace’s Hybrid Essay “How to Begin: Purple Bra, Prompt as Metaphor, Hiss/Kiss/Howl of Dogs, of the Falling Clouds, (roiling, roiling…)” nominated by Big Other […]

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