This page contains archived department news stories.
Undergraduate English student prepares for law school [04.01.2015]
With the importance today’s society places on STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education, the knowledge of the value of a degree in liberal arts sometimes gets lost in the mix. This knowledge, however, was not the case for Brittnie Burns, a junior honors student majoring in literary studies.
Community Outreach, Digital Humanities and Florida Literature [03.16.2015]
What happens when you ask English majors to collaborate to solve a place-attachment problem using literature?
EGSA announces spring conference [03.16.2015]
The English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) is pleased to announce our upcoming spring conference, “Expanding Boundaries and Reconceptualizing Text.” The conference will be held on March 27-28, 2015.
English professor among Florida Book Award winners [01.30.2015]
USF’s Dr. Ira Sukrungruang was awarded the Bronze Medal in General Nonfiction in the 2014 Florida Book Awards for his collection of essays, “Southside Buddhist.” See the press release with the full list of this year’s winners.
Ph.D. candidates lead accessibility committee for national conference [03.18.2015]
Tampa is hosting Composition's flagship national conference, the Conference on College Composition and Communication March 18-21. Faculty, staff and students in the Department of English rhetoric and composition program have been integral to the conference planning process.