On October 28 at 5 pm, Director John Hancock will return to the PNC campus to screen his new feature “Swan Song.” The event will be co-hosted by Dr. Jerry Holt of this campus, and Dr. Dennis Barbour of Purdue University Calumet. The screening will take place in LSF 002, and refreshments will be served. […]
Purdue Calumet and Purdue North Central are teaming up to host a workshop focusing on careers in English. The workshop features Cheryl Reed, who has extensive experience in helping people find writing-oriented jobs in the Chicago area. The event will be held on the PNC campus on October 25 from 10 AM to noon, and […]
We’re excited to announce that we’re sponsoring a photo contest. Any PUC student can enter (we’ll accept up to 10 individual photos per student), but the subject of the photograph must be English or Philosophy majors or classes. We’ll award $50 for the five best photographs that we receive. The deadline is December 1, and […]
The Institute for Critical Thinking announced that it is offering a discounted registration rate of just $30 for Purdue Calumet students for its October Workshop on Logic-Based Therapy. You can see the student flyer here:LBT Workshop_Flyer_UPDATED_STUDENT And you can see the regular flyer here: LBT Workshop_Flyer_UPDATED_4
We’re pleased to announce that the department will be providing a limited number of scholarships for our graduate students to attend the 2014 Indiana Writing Consortium’s 2014 Creative Writing Conference. The brief application is available in the main department office. Deadline is September 20.
We’re excited to announce a joint event with Purdue North Central designed to help our undergraduate English majors with their career planning. Details are still being worked out, but the event will be held on Saturday, 10/25, from 10:00 until noon in LSF 170 A (which is inside of their cafeteria). We’re still looking into […]
The proposal deadline for the Indiana College English Association (ICEA) conference, which will be held in October at Purdue Calumet, has been extended to September 10. Please consider submitting. More information is available here: http://www.icea.ausrc.org/annual-conference/call-for-papers.html.
The English Lecture Series, sponsored by the department’s Graduate Program in English, is excited to announce its 2014-2015 speakers. The fall kick-off lecture will be given on October 23 by Paul Jay, and will feature a talk about the state of the humanities. The Spring workshop will be given by Normal Stahl on February 21. […]
Samuel Ziniach, an associate professor in the department, is organizing a 3-day intensive workshop on logic-based therapy as part of his work at the Institute for Critical Thinking. More information is available on the flyer: LBT Workshop_Flyer_UPDATED_FOR DISTRIBUTION
The Department is excited to announce that three graduate students won research awards for next year, which will support their work. Karen Schmidt on the John S. Tuckey Award, and Tiffany Dewell and Elizabeth Mobley each won Graduate Research Grants. Since only four such awards were given out across the whole university, our students’ winning […]