Find out what's going on in the English Department
Thursday, November 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Round Table Pizza Parlor next to Safeway Pizza and Pedagogy (a time to get together to discuss challenges, questions, and successes related to CTW 1 this term)
Wednesday, November 2 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Fall Poetry Reading: Kirk Glaser and Claudia Monpere McIsaac from our department and SCU Chancellor Bill Rewak will be reading their poetry for the campus and beyond’s enjoyment.
Location: Fess Parker Studio
Thursday, October 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Round Table Pizza Parlor, next to Safeway. Pizza and Pedagogy with the Professors
Tuesday, October 25 @ 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
Nobili Dining Hall
Tuesday, October 11 from 12-1 pm
Michelle Burnham will be the first scholar presenting at the Working Scholars Brown Bag. Please bring your own lunch; drinks will be provided.
CONGRATULATIONS to Canterbury Scholar Senior Ainsley Kelly for not just publication of her poem “Firestorm” in the Sigma Tau Delta creative writing journal but receipt of the first place prize in the category of poetry, for which she will receive a monetary award. She just learned this information at the end of August.
CONGRATULATIONS to Rebekah Bloyd, who just learned at the end of the day of our retreat that her poetry “Mother & Son” and “Her Brother,” submitted to Narrative, is one of the ten finalists in its Third Annual Poetry Contest. She too will receive a monetary award.
Visit Rebekah Bloyd bio
Oliver will be 10 months old on September 16. We will be celebrating his 1st birthday in a couple of months. Jessica and Kevin are enjoying parenthood. Oliver is a wonderful baby and a joy to watch grow and learn each day. To catch up on Oliver updates, stop by room 209.
Jefferson was born in Stockton California, the youngest of seven siblings. He attended California Polytechnic State University and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Communications.
His work has been in the tech industry for over 8 years. Jeff most recently worked at Catapult Direct Marketing in their web design and analytics group managing the needs of corporate clients as Senior Manager, Internet Marketing.
Prior work experience includes Senior Webmaster at Mirapoint, Inc. and Cybercamps, as a Camp Director, and Web Design Instructor at Santa Clara University.
In his spare time, Jeff enjoys playing basketball, tennis, martial arts, and spending time with his family.
Welcome Michael S. Malone
Michael S. Malone is an author, journalist and television host. After earning two degrees from Santa Clara University, he joined the San Jose Mercury-News as the world's first daily high tech reporter. There, he was nominated twice for Pulitzer Prizes in investigative reporting. Malone has been a columnist for the New York Times, ABCNews and Forbes. At Forbes, he was editor-in-chief of the nation's largest circulation high tech business magazine, Forbes ASAP. Malone is the author or co-author of nearly twenty books of business, history and biography, including several best-sellers. The host of four PBS interview series, he was co-producer and writer of the Emmy-nominated PBS primetime miniseries The New Heroes. A founding shareholder of several successful Silicon Valley start-ups, including eBay, in 2010 Malone was among the first to receive SCU's Leader's Legacy Award. For creating the Silicon Valley comes to Oxford program, now the largest event for entrepreneurs in Europe, Malone was named a Distinguished Friend of Oxford and Associate Fellow at Said business school. A regular op-ed contributor to the Wall Street Journal, Malone has three books slated for publication in the next year. He and his wife Carol live in the oldest frame house in Santa Clara Valley, and they are currently restoring a historic Oklahoma Land Rush homestead and farm. Malone now re-joins the faculty of the Department of English, where he will teach upper-division courses in Nonfiction Writing to help students learn about publishing in both print and digital media.