Eight undergraduate students with diverse academic backgrounds attended this year’s Human Rights in Transit Summer Travel Program. Facilitated by Professors Wendy Hesford (English), Amy Shuman (English) and Jennifer Suchland (Slavic/Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies), the five-day trip centered around the 2017 Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York City.
Professors Wendy S. Hesford, Amy Shuman, and Jennifer Suchland are taking a group of Ohio State students to New York City from June 12 to June 16, 2017.
Laura Esposto has been awarded the second inaugural R.L. Stine Scholarship. Generously provided by author R.L. Stine, an Ohio State English alumnus (BA, 1965) and award-winning author of children’s horror stories, this $11,000 tuition scholarship supports English majors who have demonstrated a serious interest in Creative Writing.
“Graphic Memoir,” English 5664 in the Spring of 2016, is a course on autobiographies written and drawn by comics artists. All the students (half of them graduate students and half advanced undergrads) had to produce a one-page comic about their lives.
16 English undergraduates enjoyed a lunch with R.L. Stine, author of the famous Goosebumps children’s horror series, in NYC last week.
Madison Durham, a third-year English major and front desk assistant in the Ohio State Department of English