English Day

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Prospective St. Thomas students are invited to join us for a behind-the-scenes look at what English majors and minors do in their classes and around campus.

Date & Time:

Saturday, January 27, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Registration:

Admission:

Free and Open to Prospective St. Thomas Students

Location:

Anderson Student Center, Iversen Hearth Room (ASC 340; Building #27 on Campus Map)

Prospective students to the University of St. Thomas who are interested in the diverse field of English are invited to a behind-the-scenes look at what English majors do in their classes and around the campus.


INCLUDING:

Three hands-on mini-classes with faculty from our three English major tracks in Literature, Creative Writing, and Professional Writing:

  • Writing for Self: Making commonplace books with Dr. Laura Zebuhr, scholar of early American literature.
  •  Writing for Kids: Learning to write for children and young adults with H. M. Bouwman (Dr. Heather Bouwman), YA novelist.
  •  Writing for Change: Creating instructions for color-blind users of Legos with Dr. Fernando Sanchez, professor of professional writing.

Meet current UST English majors and minors, who will take you on a special English-centered campus tour to the Center for Writing and their favorite places in the library, as well as tell you about opportunities for one-on-one research with professors, internships, and student clubs.

View the Complete Schedule for the morning.

Refreshments will be available throughout the morning.

Parking
Guests are invited to park in Lot M on the south campus, just behind the two science buildings; the entrance to lot M is at the intersection of Cretin Avenue and Grand Avenue. Parking permits are not required in that lot on the weekends. Should that parking lot be unexpectedly full, please park in the Anderson Parking Ramp, also accessible from the Cretin-Grand intersection, and take a ticket. A parking coupon will be provided for those who end up parking in the parking ramp.

All programs offered by the University of St. Thomas shall be readily accessible to individuals with disabilities. For details, call (651) 962-6315.