The Center for Support of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships specializes in making wishes reality by making sure students have the resources and opportunities to fulfill their promise. Check out their programs here.
Students Say ...
From helping research climate change in Hawaii and investigating coral reef changes in New Guinea to spending a semester in a foreign country, CSURF scholars all come back energized and ready to contribute a global perspective. Read about their adventures here.
The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities for the State of North Carolina offers the opportunity for students to publish their work in a peer-reviewed journal. Details are here.
CSURF has a great instructional video on how to create the poster, which is part of your final project for your Wentworth Travel Fellowship. Click here.
English Degree: the future
If you're wondering how your Englihs degree fits into your future, take a look at how our graduates turn out. The Alumni Update page is here.
English in Action Showcase
Projects are not limited to paper and pen; many students opt for expressing themselves in film. See what these students had to say in this YouTube video about the English in Action Showcase.
English in Action
2012 Spring Graduation
English Department Reception
All photos by Rory Laverty
Graduating seniors gathered May 11, 2012, in the Clocktower Lounge to celebrate their accomplishments. Here are a few highlights from the festivities.
Dr. Katie Peel stands outside with Patrick Carr for a little fresh air on the balcony.
Lecturer Michelle Britt, Dr. Sarah Hallenbeck and Dr. Cala Zubair congratulate Dr. Hallenbeck on her soon-to-be-born baby.
Dr. Colleen Reilly congratulates Sasha Johnson on being named Most Outstanding Senior.
Jessica Wilson and Kirk Barrett enjoy the festivities.
Aja and Ray Winstead share a smile at the reception.
Dr. Katie Peel, , Jessi Tilden and Dr. Cala Zubair share a laugh at the reception
Arlene Johnson (l) and Elena Fleggas talk over the year as they prepare to leave.
Dr. Anthony Atkins congratulates teaching assistant Joshua Barnes on his award.
Dr. Anthony Atkins congratulates Sasha Johnson on being named Outstanding English Major.
Dr. Nick Laudadio recruits a future English major.
Dr. Colleen Reilly and teaching assistant Christa Weaver
Jessica Wilson (l) congratulates Sasha Johnson on her award.
David Ireland (l) and Daniel Bennett look forward to the future.