Ashley Morgan, former study abroad student at Aichi Shukutoku University, presents this program about Japan.
Kendall Dunkelberg will read from his new collection of poems, Barrier Island Suite: Poems inspired by the life and art of Walter Inglis Anderson and sign books. See full news article.
Come get the 2016 edition of The Dilettanti, The W's student literary magazine. There will be a reception and readings from the magazine.
Interested in an internship? Come learn about the internships available locally and nationally and meet actual archivists!
This event is part of the History, Political Science and Geography department's Brown Bag series. It is open to all MUW students, regardless of major. The workshop will be held in the Painter Hall student lounge (first floor) from 12-1. Feel free to drop in and out as your schedule requires. Bring your lunch, we'll provide snacks and drinks!
If you're considering graduate school, join us as we discuss important issues related to the decision, including finance, assistantships, and selecting programs.
Ever considered going to law school but not sure what it would entail? Professor Holloway will lay out the details of what is involved and what you should consider.
Keynote presentation by Moira Crone, author of The Ice Garden.
This event is free and open to the public.
The Department of Languages, Literature, and Philosophy will recognize its graduating seniors, top students, and other award recipients.
Students in the low-residency MFA in creative writing will read poetry, fiction, nonfiction, etc. Each night faculty teaching in the program will be featured:
May 30 — T. K. Lee
May 31 — Mary Miller
June 1 — Kendall Dunkelberg
Guest authors, Deborah Johnson and Allen Wier will read and discuss their fiction.