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6/27/14
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the annual competition for Excellence in Teaching Awards for Graduate Teaching Assistants.
Diane Christian
6/27/14
At Sunday’s commencement, UB President Satish Tripathi, presented Diane Christian with the President’s Medal.
6/19/14
English Department faculty have won impressive national and international fellowships this year.
Student holding UB undergraduate literary magazine, NAME
6/19/14
The UB Department of English proudly announces the new undergraduate Creative Writing Certificate
Poet Robert Frost and Rabbi Victor E. Reichert
6/19/14
A new collection of material associated with poet Robert Frost has been donated to the Poetry Collection by Jonathan F. Reichert, professor emeritus of UB Physics.
6/19/14
The Museum of disABILITY History is excited to welcome its latest addition to the Dialogues on disABILITY Speaker Series: Anthony Antek, author of Bipolar Buffalo – A Mosaic of Minds Journey. The presentation, “The Bipolar Advantage: The Link to Creativity,” will be held on Friday, January 31, 2014, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 3826 Main Street in Buffalo.
6/19/14
Howard Wolf gave a talk entitled "Henry James and the Gilded Age: Some Reflections on Gardens and Literature" at the New York Botanical Gardens (Bronx) on October 31, 2013. His essay, "Pavane for a Lost World: My Florida" appeared in Evening Street Review, No. 9, Autumn, 2013.
6/19/14
Rachel Kempster (BA '97) will publish her fourth book with Sourcebooks in January 2014. The Big You, Little Me Book, co-written with Meg Leder, is a guided journal packed with fun prompts and activities for kids to do with the grown-ups in their lives--from moms to uncles to grandmas. Kempster also made her sixth appearance on The Today Show in early December in her capacity as the Director of Marketing and Publicity for DK Publishing: http://www.today.com/video/today/53726860#53726860
6/19/14
On Poetry, Inspiration, and Strength Training
6/19/14
Emeritus Professor Howard Wolf has been invited to give a talk at Wolfson College (Cambridge) in May, 2014. His topic will be: "The Role of Creative Nonfiction in the American Literary Curriculum." The talk will reflect on his many decades teaching Literary Journalism in UB's Department of English. It will reflect also on the teaching he has done in the past four years on Travel Writing in UB's Discovery Seminars Program.