Interested in exploring the literary world both on and off campus? Join a fun, lively group of fellow undergraduate students for activities and events that will stimulate your literary senses and create helpful connections. Some upcoming activities include English Connects, periodic web conferences with English alumni who are making it work in the “real” world; informal slam poetry workshops; pre-circulated essay and writing critiques; a literature and arts festival; fun gatherings such as the Mad Hatter Tea Party and a Gatsby-era formal dance; and renowned guest speakers. For more info about joining, contact Literary Buffs mentor, Adriane Genette, email@example.com.
English Undergraduate Student Advisory Council
The Undergraduate Student Advisory Council (USAC) is a professional development student organization, which provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to have a direct impact on their English education.
Students on the board work with faculty, staff, and their fellow students to develop outreach programs to promote the major and minors, connect with donors, and work on student community building. This is an excellent way to become more involved with the English Department and help develop your professional skills! Questions? Contact Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Jane Garrity, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creative Arts Journal – Editorial Staff
Walkabout is an all student-run publication that celebrates undergraduate creative work of all kinds. If you are an artist, poet, or writer, we want to see your work! Submit fiction, poetry, and visual arts as attachments to: Walkabout@colorado.edu and you could see your work published during the spring semester.
Walkabout is seeking creative, passionate, and dedicated people to join our 2014-2015 Editing Team. Visit our website for position descriptions and application materials: walkaboutjournal.com
Sigma Tau Delta
International English Honors Society
Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter, University of Colorado Boulder
Our Purpose: Sigma Tau Delta’s central purpose is to confer distinction upon outstanding students of the English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies. Sigma Tau Delta also recognizes the accomplishments of professional writers who have contributed to the fields of language and literature.
For more information and to apply for membership, visit the Sigma Tau Delta website.
Creative Writing Community Workshop CWCW
CWCW is CU’s Undergraduate Creative Writing Community Workshop, a monthly student-run group for poets and fiction writers with the goal of bringing together writers within CU’s community to foster a networking family of creatives. Meetings revolve around critique and workshop outside of the classroom. It’s a place to come for honest, meaningful feedback on a regular basis, and a place to connect with other writers, expand your own boundaries, and engage with new ideas.To find out the time and location of CWCW’s next meeting, join their Facebook group or contact President Allison Colburn.