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English Program
College of Arts and Sciences
The PSU Alumni Assocation

English & Modern Languages Contact

Department Chair:

Dr. Celia Patterson

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Contact Person:
Shannon Spear

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Phone: 620-235-4689
Fax: 620-235-4686

English Program
434 Grubbs Hall
Pittsburg State University
1701 South Broadway
Pittsburg KS 66762

Descriptions of Summer and Fall 2016 English Courses

English Program Stories

New Interdisciplinary Film and Media Studies Minor

Clint Eastwood and Gregory Peck

The new interdisciplinary Minor in Film and Media Studies allows students to develop visual literacy through a focus on the history and criticism of film and media. Students take courses in multiple disciplines, making the minor complementary to many majors. 

You can add the Minor through GUS. For more information, please contact Co-Directors Jamie McDaniel or Casie Hermansson in the English Program or the English Program Office at 235-4689. You can find information on required classes and electives at the minor's webpage.

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Student and Faculty Activities

Faculty and students in the PSU English Program participate in a range of program activities outside the classroom. 

The Distinguished Visiting Writers Series brings prominent writers to our campus for readings, class discussions, and conversation. Each year the winner of the Victor J. Emmett Memorial Prize is invited to campus to receive the prize and present a scholarly lecture. Our students write, edit, and produce Cow Creek Review, the student literary journal that showcases our students' fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry. The program also sponsors Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society.

Faculty and students also work with a number of community organizations, including a Veterans Writing Group, Southeast Kansas Community Action Program, and Pittsburg Public Library.

English & Modern Languages events