This 2-week, 3-credit course travels in May but counts as a Spring course. Explore the city that Jorge Luis Borges roamed, see the museums, visit the most beautiful cafes in the world and walk through the most renowned cemetery this side of Paris. This city, in fact, is called the "Paris of the Western Hemisphere" for a good reason. You don't even need to speak Spanish.
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 the form on this page.
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.
(Left to Right) Kathleen Bure, Kayla Smiddy, Ms. Sumerel, Ellen Watts, and Renee Poland are all proud to have received the national Outstanding Chapter Award for the 2013/2014 year. UNCW's chapter of Sigma Tau Delta received this award at the annual convention in Savannah, Ga.
"The depth of the course (Introduction to Professional Writing) has increased professionalism in my job, as well as in my other classes.” ~ Former Professional Writing Student
While students may embark on service learning in a variety of English classes, English 204-Introduction to Professional Writing focuses on service learning projects for the entire semester. This course has no prerequisites, serving as a gateway to the Professional Writing Program.
ENG 204 is open to all majors.
For more information, contact Michelle Manning.
"Working for an actual client has better prepared me for the professional workplace." ~Former Professional Writing Student
The Professional Writing Program encourages agencies to work with students on semester-long projects. In the past, students have created brochures, pamphlets, publicity packets, instruction manuals, as well as updated Web sites.
The program needs approximately 20 clients per semester. If interested, please contact Michelle Manning.