In their courses, English majors and minors at UW - Eau Claire...
- Write effectively for different purposes and audiences.
- Plan, conduct, and document research using appropriate sources.
- Read and interpret text from a variety of critical perspectives.
- Describe the nature and structure of the English language.
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UWEC English Alum is a Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Elizabeth Willis, who graduated from Memorial in 1979 and UW-Eau Claire in 1983, is a professorof poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She has won several awards for her poetry, including the National Poetry Series and the Guggenheim Fellowship. See the Pulitzer Prize finalists.
Partnership aims to take Chippewa Valley writing scene to new level:
Local Group Aims to Get Writers out of Their Basements and Into the Scene: The Chippewa Valley has long had a strong writing community. From the days of slam poetry at Acoustic Café to open readings all over town to authors selling thousands and thousands of copies of their work, it's a nice little hotbed for great writers to hone their craft.
Sharing two worlds Dr. David Jones reflects on his experience as a "non-heritage learner" participating in the Hmong Cultural Practices and Ceremonial DII Immersion this spring in Fresno, California.