• Mark Winegardner earns Graduate Teaching Award

    In the fall of 2021, he begins his 25th year of teaching at Florida State in the Creative Writing Program, saying he looks forward to "talk about things I love and to open doors for people."

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  • Emily Schutz reaches for, attains her scholarly goals

    She is on the editing, writing, and media track for the English major and will graduate in Summer 2021. Her studies and her involvement with Sigma Tau Delta have sparked an interest in journalism and social activism.

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  • Aaron Rodriguez hopes to give BVI community better tool to ease reading process

    Rodriguez is an English doctoral student, and he is the co-developer of an app called Vizling, which improves the ability to access multi-modal texts.

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Student, Alumni, and Donor News

Rebecca Warner

She graduated from FSU in the spring of 2018, and was soon hired as assistant editor for the Her Campus national headquarters in Boston. In August of 2019, Her Campus promoted Warner to associate feature editor.

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FSU’s Reading-Writing Center tutors and Digital Studio consultants are available to guide students through any questions they have about writing or digital projects.

Gail Levy

She covered the catastrophic aftermath of Hurricane Michael, and now she and her WJHG-WECP colleagues are navigating the reporting environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chloe Addleson

She graduated from Florida State University in August 2019 and began working at the NYC-based agency in September 2019. She is a senior publisher for the company.

Amber Cresgy

The students in her fall 2019 Women in Literature course nominated Cresgy for the award, citing her "encouraging...engaging" teaching style.

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FSU's Reading-Writing Center and Digital Studio earned national certification in December 2019 for the work tutors and consultants offer to the campus community.

Lauren Olster

English graduate Lauren Olster credits her writing, editing, and media studies at FSU for giving her the foundation to craft her comedy career.

Meagan Martinez

FSU students who major in English have found funny ways to combine their studies with their funny sides.

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Craft is a fourth-year doctoral student in FSU's Creative Writing Program, and her debut poetry collection, Plunder, won the 2019 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize.

Masters in four

She was one of 14 finalists who competed to win the competition. Miller's presentation was titled "Crafting the Setting of a Novel: Inspiration, Imitation & Invention" and explained the reasons for the location she chose for her novel.