For assistant professor of English Doug Cloud, rhetoric can be used for social justice. “It goes beyond describing reality as it is and articulates new and sometimes radical visions of how things could be.”
Paul DeMaret wrote a mini-book about sharks in the fifth grade. Instead of foretelling a future as a marine biologist, the book foreshadowed DeMaret’s future as an English major and distinguished teacher.
English majors are a diverse group doing interesting work in the world, but they don’t wait until they graduate to start being amazing.
In 2016, CSU has hosted two Pulitzer Prize-winning poets, one national award winner for nonfiction, and an award winning English department alumnus.
The English department enacts their passion through programs that extend beyond the boundaries of our classrooms, and even our campus.
The Graduate Showcase celebrates research, creativity and entrepreneurship and provides an arena for interdisciplinary collaboration.
College of Liberal Arts faculty and staff highlight outstanding students graduating in Fall 2016.