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Professor Western Connecticut State University

OMG–Clements

My section of Online Multigenre is active and the syllabus is up. Thesis students, in particular, may want to look it over sooner rather than later. Advertisements

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Thank You…

…to all Students, Alumni, Housatonic Book Award winners, and Faculty for a most excellent residency. I thought you might like to know that thanks to your t-shirt purchases and additional donations, another $500 is going into the MFA Scholarship Fund. … Continue reading

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Enrichment Project Proposal Form

Dear New Students, You may use the attached form for your Enrichment Project proposal, which is due by September 15. If you are submitting it before September 1, please email your proposal to me; after September 1, please email to … Continue reading

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Opening Picnic, August Residency

A friendly reminder that all faculty and alumni are invited to join the current students at the opening picnic at 5:00 on Tuesday, August 1! We hope to see as many of you there as possible to help us acknowledge … Continue reading

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Assistance for Our Friend David Griffith

Dear MFA Community, Many of you have heard by now the tragic news of Victoria Griffith’s passing. A family member of David and Victoria has set up a page to raise funds for Victoria’s funeral. If you are inclined to … Continue reading

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Reading Assignment for D’Aries

Folks, you may have noticed that the reading material linked for Anthony’s workshop is not the same as what is listed in the description. So disregard the description–the materials in this link are the correct readings: https://westconnmfa.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/daries-master-class_readings.pdf    

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Registration for Fall

I see that some Fall 2017 students have not yet registered–please do so as soon as possible so we can avoid conflicts with the Registrar and the Dean’s office on empty scheduled courses! If you were admitted in the last … Continue reading

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