Joyce Carol Oates and John Updike are just two of the many speakers the English Department has helped bring to the campus. If you want to talk to the best minds in literature, the English Department is a great starting place. Check out who else we've brought to campus..
This award-winning author of Ralph Ellison: A Biography is our upcoming Buckner speaker. Save the date: Nov. 2 at 4 p.m. in the Lumina Theater.
Want to see England the way Jane Austin saw it? You can -- if you are awarded one of the dozen or so fellowships that Mr. Charles F.Green III provides. details are here.
Your first step to getting a Wentworth is to figure out what author or literary figure you'd like to follow. And then fill out this form.
Want to see where others have gone before? The complete list is here.
Here is a handy map from International Programs -- just click on the country you'd lke to study in, and a list of programs will come up. Details here.
English in Action Showcase
Projects are not limited to paper and pen; many students opt for expressing themselves in film. See what these students had to say in this YouTube video about the English in Action Showcase.
Ann Green Saus Recipients
- 2010-11 Jessica Jacob
- 2009-10 Nolan Heath
- 2008-09 Tiffany Strickland
- 2007-08 Andrea Bestul
- 2006-07 Amy L. Kelley
- 2005-06 Satu Harris
- 2004-05 Teresa Mei Ling Kleitches
- 2003-04 Bethann Muriel Cleary
- 2002-03 Brendan Drury
- 2001-02 Hilary Jordan Snow
- 2000-01 Lawrence Dawson Jackson
- 1999-00 Shannon Devon Spaulding
- 1998-99 Andrew Nathan Tolhurst
- 1997-98 Olivia Ester Hernandez
- 1996-97 Bryan Alan Oesterreich
- 1992 Devon White Hickey (first recipient of scholarship)