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  • Northwestern's English program awards scholarships to six students

    November 7, 2016 – Six students received scholarships from Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s English program for the year 2016-17.

  • Northwestern English program offering Writing Marathon October 7 in downtown Alva; open to the public

    October 3, 2016 – Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s English program will play host to a Writing Marathon workshop in downtown Alva on Friday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Act I Theater.

  • Northwestern assistant professor to publish reviews dealing with race in American cinema

    July 13, 2015--An assistant professor of English at Northwestern Oklahoma State University was invited through Call for Papers to participate in a project that will lead to future publications.

  • Northwestern English professor to be published

    April 7, 2015-- Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Richmond B. Adams, assistant professor of English, wrote an article that will be published this month in the 2.1 (April 2015) edition of the online journal “Ethos: A Digital Review of Arts, Humanities and Public Ethics.” The title of his article is "All Code is Local: Irvin Cobb’s 'The Mob from Massac' and the Edging Shifts in Post-Bellum American Culture.”        

  • English faculty presents at Pop Culture Conference

    March 27, 2015--All four faculty members of the English department visited Albuquerque, N.M. in early February to attend and present at the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference.  This year, the faculty members named their presentation “The Geek and Popular Culture: A Love/Hate relationship."                   

  • Northwestern English professor to be published

    March 9, 2015--This summer Dr. Kathryn Lane, assistant professor of English, will have an essay titled “Now Watson, the fair sex is your department” published in the book “Sherlock Homes and the Curious Case of Gender Studies.” The book is being edited by Nadine Farghaly and published by McFarland Press.       

  • Artist donates two-piece sculpture to Northwestern English department

    December 22, 2014--Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s English department recently received a two-piece sculpture donated by Sheldon and Nancy Russell that is to be sold to raise funds toward an endowed lectureship for the Visiting Writer’s Series.               

  • Assistant professor of English to be published

    December 11, 2014--Dr. Richmond B. Adams, assistant professor of English at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, wrote an article titled “One of Many Little Human Documents” that will be published in the spring 2015 edition of  the "Convergences in Art and Science" edition of the journal, “Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture.”               

  • Northwestern professor retires, publishes book

    June 3, 2014--Dr. Sharon Hill, professor of English, retired from Northwestern Oklahoma State University following the 2014 spring semester after 43 years of teaching.                    

  • Visiting poet Nathan Brown to present on campus, read poetry at Alva Public Library

    April 18, 2013 -- Nathan Brown, Oklahoma’s poet laureate, is coming to Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Monday, April 22, for a workshop presentation and writer’s roundtable discussion.

  • Fall book discussion topic to cover Generation iY

    October 19, 2011 - The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Department of English, Foreign Language and Humanities invites all faculty and staff to a discussion of Tim Elmore’s “Generation iY: Our Last Chance to Save Their Future” on Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 3-4 p.m. in Vinson Hall 200.