Sigma Tau Delta Ghost Read

Come one, come all, to the first ever Sigma Tau Delta Ghost Read, which will be taking place on October 30th from noon to three in the lower level of the LRC. You may choose to simply enjoy the readings, or, if brave enough, become a dead author by dressing up and reciting some of said author's work. Poe. Plath. Plutarch. You name it!

News and Information

 

Registration for Winter Semester Starts October 31st

Click HERE to see our special topics courses

For all courses and registration time schedule

 

 

One Book, One Community for 2014-2015

Detroit By Charlie LeDuff with an author visit November 12, 2014

http://www.nmu.edu/onebook/node/9

Northern Shores Writing Project 

"Northern Shores" is replacing "Upper Peninsula" as part of the Department of English sponsoring the site, which has been established for offering professional development programs for K-16 educators throughout the region.

http://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/nwps/89


 

 

Gabriel Brahm

​New book to be released November 3rd.

For more information click here  

 

NEW Graduate Study in English Website

Interested in Graduate Study?  Click here for information on our MA and MFA programs, TESOL certificate, teaching and graduate assistantships.  

Academic Program Videos

Student talking about EnglishStudents talk about their experiences and opportunities within the majors of English.

English | English Graduate Bound | English Writing

Visting Writers Program

Fall 2014

September 9 - Mike Madonick

​October 9 - Monica McFawn

November 12 - Charlie LeDuff

Winter 2015

January 22 - Andrea Scarpino

​February 19 - Todd Kaneko

March 12 - Lindsay Hunter

More Information of the Writers

 

EDEN

One upon a time coverEDEN is NMU English Department’s electronic newsletter.  It features information on what faculty and students are publishing, new course offerings or programs and helpful resources for students.

Liberal Studies Requirements
Composition book coverThe English Department oversees NMU’s formal communications liberal studies requirement  that is designed to insure that all of the university’s graduates can express creative and analytical thoughts properly in written form.  Unless receiving a waiver, all degree-seeking students are required to take EN 111: College Composition I and one of the four options of EN 211: College Composition II, and must pass both with a C grade or higher in order to graduate.  Learn more

 

NEW Graduate Study in English Website

Interested in Graduate Study?  Click here for information on our MA and MFA programs, TESOL certificate, teaching and graduate assistantships.