Michael Larson Gets Published

Congratulations to Michael Larson, whose story, “Harvest” was published in the fall issue of Colorado Review.  

Katharine Monger Presents in Tampa

A Rhetoric and Composition graduate student presents at CCCC

The Power of No or History, Larraín Style

Tuesday, December 2 | 3:30 p.m. | American Geographical Society Library (UWM Libraries, Third floor)

SAMComm presents in Chicago

SAMComm student and faculty present for NCA and ARST

Mike Haen Receives Research Grant

Mike Haen, graduate student in English, received a $500.00 research grant from the Midwest Writing Centers Association (MWCA) to conduct a research study at Marquette University’s Writing Center (his undergraduate institution). The study is titled, “Advancing a Pedagogy of Empathy: Examining… Read More

Free Inquiry and Free Speech: Is Science Compatible with Democracy?

Monday, November 24 | 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. | Fireside Lounge, Union
Talk by: Steve Fuller

Milwaukee Area Hmong Writing Project

Saturday, November 22 | 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. | N146 Lubar
A symposium to give literary voice to Hmong Americans

cream city LIVE

Thursday, November 20 | 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. | Union Ballroom West
Features poetry, fiction, and non-fiction readings

Louise Zamparutti Presents in London

Louise Zamparutti will be presenting her paper “Italy’s Giorno del ricordo: creating a counterpublic identity in the Second Republic” at the Association for the Study of Modern Italy conference in London. (November 20-22)

Margaret Mika Presents in Madison

Writing Center director Margaret Mika was an invited panelist at the Madison Area Writing Center Colloquium at UW-Madison, presenting “The Motivation Equation:  Creating a Writing Center Culture.” (Novenber 11)