We’ve got a lot of good news this month, so we’re dividing it into faculty and student/alum accomplishments. Check out all the amazing things your friends and colleagues have done! Faculty Good News Prof. Emily Scalzo’s new book The Politics of Division was published on Mar. 27! The Indiana Writing Project was awarded a $15,000 grant titled […]
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The Indiana Writing Project directed by Professor Susanna Benko was recently awarded a $20,000 grant for the College Ready Writers Program, sponsored by the National Writing Project. This program focuses on teaching argument writing in middle and secondary classrooms. The grant money will be used to invest in 12-16 experienced middle and high school Writing Project […]
October was filled with spooktacular achievements. Keep reading for some scary good news! Dr. Jackie Grutsch McKinney‘s new book, The Working Lives of of New Writing Center Directors, is officially out. Professor Patrick Collier had his book Modern Print Artefacts: Textual Materiality and Literary Value, 1890-1930s, published by Edinburgh University Press. A big congrats to you both!
Tuesday = Good News In the latest installment of the “Good News” series, the Ball State English department highlights the accomplishments of our faculty and students up through the month of September. That’s right. We have so much good news that we’re sharing it once a month rather than once a semester. In fact, we […]
In our latest post, alum Tony West discusses how he learned about the various opportunities that are afforded by a college education. With the guidance of several instructors from Ivy Tech State College and Ball State University, Tony was able to earn his college degree and then advance to law school and eventually to a position in an Indianapolis law […]
Dr. Frank Felsenstein will be giving a presentation entitled, “From the Typewriter to the Internet: Editing Smollett for the Twenty-First Century,” on Tuesday, February 21 in Bracken Library 104. Continue reading to see a flyer for the event as well as a short description from Dr. Felsenstein.
You may have heard of “What Middletown Read,” a database project that Dr. Frank Felsenstein has been working on for several years and that makes available for study library records from the Muncie Public Library–the database compiles records of what books were checked out from the library from the years 1891 to 1902. For more information on the project, you […]