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 […]
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
This is just a reminder prominent British literary theorist at critic Terry Eagleton will be given a talk entitled “The Death of Criticism” this Friday (March 21) from 10:30 until 1:00 in the Immersive Theater in the Powers Building. This is a great opportunity to hear a talk by one of the most influential voices […]
We had to cancel our Alumni Open House and Information Event last week because of the weather, and we’ve rescheduled it for Monday, March 3 from 5-6:30 in the Writing Center (CLO 263). If like to find out about the MA program, please join us. If you’re a current student, come out to meet the faculty and […]
The department announces its exciting study abroad program in London for Summer 2014, lead by Professor Mita Choudhury. Information sessions about the trip will be held on October 24, November 1, and November5. More details can be found on the our flyer: LONDON CALLING October 24 Information Session.
The Stark-Tinkham Writing Contest will celebrate its 40th year with a special dinner event in Alumni Hall on September 20, 2013.
The second annual English 10500 Experiential Learning Conference will be held Friday, May 3 from 12-2 in CLO 151. To participate in this conference, students submitted proposals based on their experiential learning projects completed in English 10500 during the spring semester. The top seven student groups will present their projects.