As part of the Smithsonian traveling exhibit, Crossroads: Change in Rural America, currently showing at USU Eastern, author and USU English Department alum Karin Anderson read from her work-in-progress: Things I Didn’t Do.
USU Folklore Professor Jeannie Thomas was recently featured on KUTV for her work on the “Swiftie” phenomenon as a part of a larger project for the Digital Folklore Project and also was recently interviewed on Utah Public Radio for Valentine's Day
Hannah Stevens, PhD candidate and English Department graduate instructor, has recently published her article, “Publicly Available, Transparent, and Explicit: An Analysis of Academic Publishing Policy and Procedure Documents,” in Communication Design Quart...
Tacey Atsitty is a Swenson Visiting Writer putting on a craft class on Thursday March 21st at 10:30am in the USU Library room 101 and a Reading on Thursday March 21st at 12:00pm in the USU Library room 101.
This interdisciplinary program encourages students to combine, cross, and stretch academic boundaries as they study the diversity and complexity of American history and cultures.
Read, write, and workshop original poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with your fellow students as you gain practical skills to launch your creative writing career.
Future teachers of English in secondary schools study literature, writing, and pedagogy while having opportunities to gain practical experience through tutoring, action research, and professional development events.
The General English option offers Statewide Campus students a broad range of courses across all areas of the English department.
Learn the value of storytelling as you practice the writing, speaking, research, teamwork, and critical-thinking skills that prepare you for a career that matters.
Develop your professional communication skills with an emphasis on current techniques relating to technology.
Learn to analyze folktales, legends, jokes, personal experience narratives, proverbs, superstitions, festivals and celebrations, yard art, dance, and costume.
The MA/MS in English with a Specialization in Creative Writing allows students to do advanced work in poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction.
Work in a cohort to examine and analyze literature, cultural expression, and rhetorical argumentation's effect on the world.
Folklorists may analyze folktales, legends, jokes, personal experience narratives, proverbs, superstitions, festivals and celebrations, or yard art, dance, and costume.
Focus your studies and participate in professional seminars while deepening your knowledge of technical communication
The Archiving and Public Programming certificate provides professionalization and skills for those seeking employment in public, state, and non-profit institutions.
The Digital Writing and Publication certificate program introduces students to competencies required to begin producing written work in a digital format.
The USU Composition Program emphasizes that writing is a social act, which recognizes and values the differences in language, people, and ideas.
Become an expert on facilitating action through effective, persuasive, or intentionally rhetorical communication.
New Major and Minor in Technical Communication and Rhetoric (TCR)
The English Department is thrilled to announce a new Major and Minor in Technical Communication and Rhetoric (TCR) beginning Fall 2023!
The Department of English, the largest humanities unit in the university, is a diverse community of teachers, scholars, and students, who work together towards a better understanding of the English language and its manifestation in literature, writing, culture, and the workplace. Despite the size of the department, our classes are small, offering individualized attention that helps students succeed and opens doors to both undergraduate research opportunities, and ultimately to careers that matter.
Stop sending memes to your friends and start sending them to us! Help researchers analyze digital folklore and track internet trends.
This uncensored open-mic is the perfect place to read your poetry and other writing in front of an audience.
The English department's internship program is designed to help students enrich their education, gain practical experience, and earn credit towards their degrees.
USU's chapter of the English Honor Society, a group dedicated to highlighting high-performing English students.
Gain valuable publishing experience by curating, producing, and marketing USU's undergraduate literary magazine.
Study languages and cultures in their native contexts in order to gain an understanding of populations of other countries and the origins of many different facets of modern society.
Discuss your creative writing with other writers, participate in poetry slams, and flex your creative muscles with other students.
The English Club is a social organization of English majors and minors that brings together students who enjoy reading, writing, and learning.