From autumn '20 to spring '21: an undergraduate student news round-up
Undergraduate students in the Department of English contribute to their community in innumerable ways; from creative endeavors to extracurriculars, from internships to scholarship, our undergraduates continue to push boundaries and blaze new trails every semester. To highlight the accomplishments of the English undergraduate student body, we decided to compile stories about their successes from the autumn '20 and spring '21 semesters into a celebratory round-up.
Read through the list below to learn about just a few of our incredible undergraduates. We cannot wait to see what they and their peers will do next!
- Taryn Mullins: Rising author and poet
- Undergraduate student Sarah Grace Smith publishes "Pink," a flash fiction piece
- Undergraduate student David Martz publishes short story in University of Cincinnati's undergraduate literary journal
- Undergraduate student Emma Deimling publishes stories in Wilderness House Literary Review and Dark Lane Anthology
- Two of undergraduate Natalie Keener's stories published in University of Pittsburgh's literary magazine
- Minor in Professional Writing: the missing piece in STEM
- Minor in Professional Writing develops skills across genres
- When worlds collide: Natalie Keener and Anna Sherman are bringing accessibility to the sciences through writing
- My career success story: Anushka Mukherjee
- Breaking new ground: exploring Black representation in animation
- Undergraduate student Brittany Halley publishes article in Young Scholars in Writing journal