“to meet in a room, alive in our skins,
and the whole galaxy gaping there
and the centuries whining like gnats –
you, to teach me to see it, to see
it with you, and to offer somebody
uncomprehending, impudent thanks.”
Special Course Offerings (2012-13)
EN 293 – EcoLit & Activism
Modern Environmental Literature
A survey of environmental literature that chronicles our human relationship with nature, examining the converging historical, industrial, economic, and socio-political forces that have contributed to modern environmental problems and the search for potential solutions. We’ll take a close look at the role of writer as activist, and how ecology and social justice are melding in movements around the globe.
Winter 2012 – Weds. 6:15-9:15 pm
EN 293 = 3.0 Humanities Credits
EN 240 - Consulting with Writers
This course is designed for students who would like to develop their writing skills while contributing to a collaborative learning environment. As Writing Fellows consulting in the Language Arts Lab, students will improve their writing skills while working with people of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, learning styles, and writing styles. The class will be taught by two professors in three settings: classroom, online, and writing lab. Students will work one-on-one with professors, professional tutors, and classmates. This course is recommended for Honors students.
Prerequisites: Any student in the Honors program or with English instructor approval.
Course Fee: $5