• Learn about UD's freshman writing course and sections available for honors students and non-native speakers.
  • Prepare for a career teaching secondary school English through our rigorous English Education major.
  • Explore your options for English and English Education courses offered in Newark this fall.
  • Work alongside English faculty through our undergraduate student research program.
  • Find out the procedures for transferring your college-level English coursework to UD.
  • Apply for travel funding, research assistantships, summer research fellowships, University fellowships, and more.
  • Keep up with deadlines, events, and happenings within the English graduate program.
  • Check out the searchable and sortable list of graduate courses offered this term and next.
  • Learn what's required to complete the Master's Degree in Literature.
  • Learn what's required to complete the PhD degree in Literature.
  • Find helpful resources to answer your students' advisement questions.
  • Familiarize yourself with the bylaws, P&T procedures, travel policy, and more.
  • Find document templates and familiarize yourself with faculty review procedures.
  • Locate funding opportunities and refresh your memory on Works credit card and reimbursement procedures.
  • Review the lists of allowable and unallowable expenses before you go.
  • Welcome to the Department of English at the University of Delaware. If you are in a position to visit us in person, you will find us in Memorial Hall, one of the university’s most beautiful and prominent buildings–located at the center of the Green, the centerpiece of the University of Delaware’s historic campus. If you can visit us only online, then please explore our website, and let me know if I can answer any questions for you. Read more

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  • Apr. 28th, 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM: Sequels: Career Paths for English Majors
    @ Memorial Hall, Room 108:
    Find out from UD Alum, Jason Scott, what interview questions all English Majors must be able to crush! English majors and students considering switching to the English Major are invited to meet Jason Scott. In partnership with Career Services, this is the second event of our new series for undergrads, “Sequels: Career Development Series for English Majors.” Students are encouraged to RSVP in Blue Hen Careers. Reception to follow in the Dome, 3rd Floor of Memorial Hall 
  • Apr. 30th, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM: Sigma Tau Delta's 2nd Annual Poetry Extravaganza
    @ South Green:
    UD students and faculty are invited to join Sigma Tau Delta honor society members to celebrate National Poetry Month and Poem in Your Pocket Day. Readers are encouraged to share their favorite poems and original poetry. A Bad Poetry Contest will also be held and prizes given for the “Best Bad Poem” and “Worst Bad Poem.” For more information, contact chapter vice president Lisa Tetrault or faculty advisor Prof. April Kendra.
  • May 3rd, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM: The International Film Series presents "The Golden Dream"
    @ Trabant University Center Theater:
    This assured and moving debut by director Diego Quemada-Díez is a piercing and poetic road movie that follows the fortunes of four Guatemalan teenagers on a dangerous journey across the Mexican border into America. All IFS film screenings are free and open to the public.
  • May 4th, 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM: "Earth Equity Environment" Speaker Series: Prof. McKay Jenkins discusses "The Science and Politics of GMOs"
    @ 110 ISE Lab:
    As part of the ISE Lab’s spring 2015 series titled “Earth Equity Environment,” McKay Jenkins, Cornelius A. Tilghman Professor of English, will discuss the science and politics of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The lunchtime sessions will be held each Monday through May 11, from 12:30-2 p.m. in Room 110 of the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory (ISE Lab). Each session highlights two projects presented in a TED-style talk ending with a discussion session. The series is free and open to the public, but registration is required; to register or for more information, contact Kimberly Doucette at doucette@udel.edu. The first 30 attendees to register will be provided sandwiches and beverages.
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