The third reading in this year's English Department Undergraduate/Faculty creative writing series will be held this Thursday, December 4, at 5pm in the SAU Reading Room. This reading will feature speculative fictions written by Professors Trent Hergenrader and Jessica Lieberman’s Steampunk Rochester! students. This will be a multi-media event, with live readings and new media presentations. I hope you can make it!
Undergraduate/Faculty Reading Series
5pm, SAU Reading Room
Faculty / Undergraduate Reading Series
5:00PM, SAU Reading Room
The second installment of this year's Undergraduate/Faculty reading series features student Mimi Ace and faculty member Gail Hosking. It should be a great reading! Pizza and drinks provided...
Creative Writing - Poetry Reading
4:00PM, Shop One2
Creative Writing Faculty Catherine Faurot and Gail Hosking will be giving a poetry reading on Thursday, November 6 at the lovely, on-campus Shop One2 (in Global Village). Do stop by!
Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture
12:30 pm, Golisano Auditorium
The 2014 Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture will be given by Dan Roth - the title of his lecture is "Learning and Inference for Natural Language Understanding". Here's the press release:
Creative Writing: Undergraduate/Faculty Reading Series
5:00PM, Campus Center Reading Room
As Signatures, R.I.T.’s literary and arts journal kicks off its 30th year, come celebrate with a reading devoted to Signatures editors, contributors, and faculty advisors. Readers include students Meghan Boilard, Angela Freeman, Sayre Harvell, Anna Latzer, and Carolina Rago as well as faculty members Robert Glick, John Roche, and past Signatures contributors. It should be a fantastic reading!
The Globe Goes to the Movies Symposium
Bamboo Room (2650) and Reading Room Center for Campus Life
Organized by Dr. Elena Rakhimova-Sommers (Department of English), The Globe at the Movies Symposium aims to celebrate and reflect upon the rich and multifaceted nature of global film. This event features film screenings and invited talks by film scholars and directors. The public forum format is an opportunity for students and faculty to ask probing questions about the film directors’ vision pertaining to complex issues faced by the rapidly changing global community.
Undergraduate / Faculty Reading Series #5: Women's Reading
5pm, Campus Center Reading Room (2nd Floor)
Special Event: “RIT Women Read." Featuring Paulette Swartzfager and Chandra McKenzie. Creative writing students will be featured, and an open mic for RIT women writers will follow.
We look forward to seeing you: great readings, good fun, free food!
Undergraduate / Faculty Reading Series #4
5pm, Cary Collection (Wallace Center 2nd Floor)
The next English Department Faculty / Undergraduate Reading Series will feature student Angela Freeman and Visiting Professor Michael Sarnowski. Join us at the Cary Graphic Arts Collection, on the 2nd floor of the Wallace Center. See you there!
Undergraduate / Faculty Series Reading #3
5:00PM, Campus Center Reading Room
Student William Consagra Francis and Professor Robert Glick will be featured in the third Undergraduate / Faculty Reading Series. Come for the free pizza and awesome readings!
Undergraduate / Faculty Series Readiing #2
5PM, Campus Center Reading Room
The second English Department Undergraduate / Faculty reading will feature Student Nathaniel Mathews as well as Faculty Trent Hergenrader and Gail Hosking. Come for the free pizza and awesome readings!