Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities: March-April

Nervous about graduation? Feel like you need to develop your professional image? Come join in on the career development opportunities coming this March and April! These opportunities are perfect for English majors who wish to step into professional careers after graduation, or for those looking to improve their professional persona. Senior Professional Dinner Thursday, March … More Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities: March-April

PSU’s Cluster Composition Class Makes Digital Magazines

During the Fall 2017 semester, Professor Taylore Aussiker’s Composition class published several digital magazines to show that communication is not just textual, but also visual. The digital magazine publication assignment went hand in hand with the new Cluster Composition model, which was recently rolled out by Plymouth State University. These cluster classes aim to take … More PSU’s Cluster Composition Class Makes Digital Magazines

PSU Student Works: Geneva’s “Koalaty” Student Teaching Blog

Plymouth State student Geneva Sambor has started a blog documenting her student teaching experience. Sambor’s blog, titled Koalaty Teacher, chronicles her day-to-day triumphs and obstacles as she enters the professional teaching realm. So far, her blog covers topics such as her student teaching hopes and fears, her relationship with her mentor teacher, and even reflects … More PSU Student Works: Geneva’s “Koalaty” Student Teaching Blog

PSU Student Works: Lindsey DeRoche’s “Hypertext Memoir and Musings”

A nontraditional English course that ran during the Fall 2017 semester was Digitalit. This class’s content included various types of digital literature, such as generative poetry, GIF novels, and Twitterature. For the course’s final, students were invited to create a large-scale piece of digital literature. Because the course was designed in an open pedagogical fashion, students … More PSU Student Works: Lindsey DeRoche’s “Hypertext Memoir and Musings”

English Student Takes Second at PSU Panther Pitch

Last week, English Education major Isabelle Elsasser took second place at Plymouth State University’s annual Panther Pitch competition. In the Panther Pitch, students propose a business or entrepreneurial idea that helps solve societal challenges on a local, national, or international level. PSU students of all disciplines and majors can participate in the event. Elsasser earned … More English Student Takes Second at PSU Panther Pitch