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Consultants assist undergraduate and graduate students who are working on digital projects and specialize in assistance geared toward completing assignments in English classes.
Despite limitations due to the pandemic, leaders of the student organization bring more opportunities for workshops, panels, and networking.
Three FSU English graduate students talk about the process to move their research or creative works from the written phase to the published stage.
The Spring 2021 series highlights English graduate students’ and professors’ literary work and will be presented online via Zoom every Tuesday night throughout the semester.
Amber Hedquist, Rosalind Helsinger, and Samantha Politano present their IDEA Grant projects on Nov. 19, 2020, during the virtual event.
Jenna Kelley graduated from Florida State University in 2018 with an English degree, and her work as an on-air reporter at WJBF in Augusta, Georgia, recently earned her a 2020 GABBY for Best Online Produced Story..
Now a professor of English at Montgomery College in Maryland, John Wang talks about the inspiration behind starting 'Juked' 20-plus years ago. in addition to how he handles writing, teaching, and family responsibilities.
Doctoral student Dustin Pearson chose FSU for his graduate studies because of the English department's reputation and the opportunities to work a community of strong writers.
This year's celebration is a virtual get-together, but the readings and festivities remain just as powerful and entertaining.
Akbar earned his Ph.D. in English-Creative Writing in 2018 from Florida State University. He began his tenure as poetry editor for The Nation on Sept. 1.