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News and Events about the Department of English

  •  Congratulations to our Spring 2015 English students

    Congratulations to the following freshman whose reviews of current de Saisset Museum exhibits, written for English 2A Critical Thinking and Writing II: Art, Culture & Social Justice, have been selected for publication on the museum's website.

    Katyayani Pathaki

    Katyayani Pathak is a Freshman at SCU double majoring in Business and Music. Prior to joining SCU, she took a gap year to work in India at The Energy Research Institute (TERI) in the area of environmental studes, exploring her interest in entrepreneurship in green technologies. Her other area of interest is music. She was a member of the El Camino Youth Symphony for several years and currently enjoys composing music in various genres. Katyayani also enjoys painting and hiking in her spare time. 

    Kimberly Ramos

    Kimberly Ramos is freshman Psychology major and Studio Art minor. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, listening to music, baking, and participating in Barkada (the Filipino student organization of SCU).

    Katerina Mery

    Katerina is a freshman at Santa Clara University. She is from Portland, Oregon and has a passion for all things artistic. Though currently Undeclared, she plans to graduate with a degree in something that allows her to express herself creatively and create meaningful change in the world.

    Zereen Kazi

    Hailing from the town of Cupertino, CA, Zerreen Kazi currently attends Santa Clara University as an undergraduate student. She is currently double-majoring in Biology and Spanish with a minor in Biotech. Outside of her academic foci, Zerreen enjoys entertaining herself with music, scientific/technological discoveries, and podcasts.

     

  •  Congratulations to our Winter 2015 English students

    Congratulations to the following freshman whose reviews of current de Saisset Museum exhibits, written for English 2A Critical Thinking and Writing II: Art, Culture & Social Justice, have been selected for publication on the museum's website.

    Arya Faili

    Arya Faili is a freshman Engineering student at Santa Clara University.  In his free time he enjoys photography as it allows him to unwind from his studies, express himself, and enlighten the lives of others.

     

    Patterson Jaffurs

    Patterson Jaffurs is a freshman Computer Science and Engineering student. He enjoys reading, swimming, and playing video games.

    Zain Umerani

    Zain Umerani is currently a freshman at Santa Clara University majoring in Computer Science and Engineering. In his free time he likes to code, bike, read, or surf the web.

    Chonsa Schmidt

    Chonsa Schmidt, a freshman at Santa Clara University, came from Honolulu, Hawaii to major in molecular bioengineering. She currently works in the Office of Undergraduate Admission as a Student Ambassador, plays Ultimate Frisbee, and is an active member of Engineers without Borders.

  •  Are you an English major considering Law School?

    Would you like ideas on how to use your SCU education to build a strong Pre-Law Foundation?

    Then contact Missy Donegan at mmdonegan@scu.edu or stop by St. Joseph’s Hall 306 to set up a pre-law advising appointment.

    Check out the Santa Clara Pre-Law website at http://www.scu.edu/prelaw/

  •  Graduation Celebration 2014 Pictures

    Congratulations to all the graduates. To view the photos of the Graduation Celebration, Click here »

  •  Congratulations to Aparajita Nana

    Professor Aparajita Nanda has been promoted to Senior Lecturer.

  •  Congratulations to Professor Medina

    Cruz Medina was featured in Syracuse University's podcast on Rhetoric. Read More »

  •  Congratulations to our Spring 2014 English students

    Our Spring 2014 English students' work was recognized on the de Saisset exhibit at Santa Clara University. Read More »

  •  Diane Dreher Recognized

    Professor Dreher's Course "Vocation: Your Personal Renaissance" was recognized on William Sullivan's article.

  •  Congratulations to Professor Burnham

    Michelle Burnham has been awarded the Richard Beale Davis prize. Read More »

  •  Multimodal Writing Prize Winners, Honorable Mention and Featured Entries

    Congratulations to the winner of the first annual Multimodal prize Alexander Nouaux. Read More »

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