Monthly Archives: September 2011

January Residency Dates

The January residency will run from Jan. 2 through 8 (the only events on the 2nd are the new student orientation at 4:00 and evening mixer, and the 8th is travel only). Full schedule of events from the 3rd through … Continue reading

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Pizza and a Movie Night @ January Residency

Because the Pizza and a Movie night was such a big hit in August (thank you, Laura Hayden!), we’re going to bring it back in January–and my hope is that the university will cover the cost of the pizza this … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Room

New York Times bestselling author, Wendy Corsi Staub was my first guest in The Writer’s Room, a new television series now being broadcast on Comcast in upstate New York. I’m thrilled to report that we’ve been invited to produce additional episodes. We’ll be recording … Continue reading

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Academic Freedom and Tenure

Those of you who are in academia or who want to be in academia might be interested in the top few posts on this new blog from AAUP. If you wonder whether tenure really helps to protect academic freedom, take … Continue reading

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Naugatuck River Review

Hello – just wanted to let y’all know that my poem, “Taming the Quinetucket,” was recently published in the Naugatuck River Review. (more info) I’ve been impressed with the quality of writing in this issue, and they are open to … Continue reading

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Internship(s)

I know those of you who are doing the Internship class this semester already have situations lined up, but someone among you might be interested in this opportunity just for the experience. I know many of you are interested in … Continue reading

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Times/UN Course Opportunity

On September 26th, The New York Times Knowledge Network is launching an online journalism course with the United Nations designed to help Egyptian and Tunisian journalists learn how to cover the upcoming elections. The journalists will work directly with our … Continue reading

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