April 28, 3-6 p.m in the Warwick Center.
Please submit either electronically or place in Ms. Manning’s hanging file outside of her office Morton 121.
doing the poster
CSURF offers several poster-making workshops.
Just fill out this form to participate. (Opens as pdf)
CSURF also prints posters for participants. All the information and forms are here.
Interested in being part of the Showcase? Contact Michelle Manning for details.
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.
Application Deadline: Oct. 21
Paris, London, Rome, Madrid, and other world cities are only an application here. See International Programs for details.
The English Department also offers a 3-credit study abroad course that goes to Buenos Aires, Argentina, for 2 weeks. See our blog for more details.
English in Action Showcase
Want to get a sampling of what other students have accomplished in their classes? Take a look.
As part of the Spring 2014 Showcase, four students (above) from Dr. Hallenbeck's ENG 204 class show how they rebranded the ENG 294 Buenos Aires study abroad trip.
- Photo by Rory Laverty
Spring Showcase: April 28,
3 p.m.-6 p.m. in the Warwick Center
Spring EIA High School, Hoggard, Library/Media Center, TBA
The English In Action (EIA) Showcase is held at the end of both the fall and spring semesters and provides a forum for students to display the work they have done throughout the semester in their English courses -- from composition and professional writing to literary theory.
Students work alone or in teams to prepare for and present at the Showcase, creating posters, multimedia displays, and interactive activities that visitors are invited to experience during the two-hour long event.
Judges evaluate the work, and the best projects win awards.
English faculty and staff, students, and the public attend the public event.
Visitors will be treated to light refreshments, and everyone has a chance to win door prizes.
Admission is free.
Something for Everyone
Visitors Will be able to vote for their favorite display, which will put it in the running to win the People’s Choice Award.
The Showcase is an excellent way for local high school and community college students who are interested in writing or literature to gain insight into the types of course work they can expect in a UNCW English class.
The Showcase is also an important networking opportunity for current students, providing insight into what classes to take and what an English degree will do for them once they graduate.
Lecturer Rebecca Warfield, left, celebrates the service learning project done by Michelle Manning's professional writing class for the Dance Cooperative as a part of the Spring 2014 English in Action Showcase. Warfield is a dancer and a member of the board of the nonprofit Wilmington group. -- Photo by Rory Laverty
Two of Rachel Keith's Hoggard High School students show their English in Action Showcase project on Race Relations in Wilmington at the Spring 2014 event. -- Photo by Rory Laverty
It's not all work and no play at the EIA Showcase. Students help themselves to a well-earned buffet.
-- Photo by Rory Laverty
For more about the showcase, contact Michelle Manning, email@example.com