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2016 English Department Graduates

Summer Creative Writing Camp
July 25 - July 29 from 9am to Noon

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Program Overview

The English Department at Marywood University is a dynamic learning community dedicated to exploring the beauty and power of language and literature. We offer a broad spectrum of courses for literary study and teacher training. Majors in English and minors in writing and women's studies are available.

Program Highlights

  • Small class sizes
  • Individual attention
  • A variety of courses to choose from
  • Internships and independent study opportunities
  • Nationally recognized teacher education program

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    Writing major Michael Smith's ('19) work is featured on Marywood Magazine's website and will later appear in the print edition. Read on, write on!! Because Marywood. http://www.marywood.edu/blogs/blogs.html?id=49a63c97-9606-4829-8767-8632209e3f55

    2016-09-28
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    Marywood University English Department shared a post.

    Amanda
    I just wanted to let all of you know....I have been studying rhetoric, critical thinking, and argument theory for the past two weeks in grad school. While many people in my class are just learning it for the first time, I can proudly say that my undergrad degree and my liberal arts background has provided me with so much useful knowledge already! Thanks English Dep <3 Miss you all

    2016-09-28
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    FYI, this presentation will be held on Monday night (7:30, LC 331-37) and is free and open to the public. http://www.marywood.edu/news/detail.html?nid=c02267e2-abd8-4800-bf3f-4836b9ed6d9e

    Honoree Graduate to Present at Marywood University on Liberal Arts Education
    Alumna Vilma Milmoe '80, a senior policy advisor with nearly 40 years of experience in the federal government, will discuss the importance of a liberal arts education when she visits campus on September 26.

    2016-09-22
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