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USF grad student wins CCCC travel award [4/2/2021]
University of South Florida English PhD student Kara Larson has won a 2021 CCCC Scholars for the Dream Travel Award.

USF’s 6x6 Reading Series a Virtual Success [3/19/2021]
This year, 6x6 organizers Gabrielle Grilli and Callie Treadway carried on the tradition remotely, hosting the event on Microsoft Teams on Friday, March 12.

Fall 2020 English department accomplishments [12/17/2020]
Find out what Department of English members have been accomplishing in Fall 2020!

Spring & summer 2020 English department accomplishments [09/28/2020]
A list of spring & summer 2020 accomplishments achieved by faculty, students, alumni, and emeriti of the USF Department of English

Poetry student published in anthology [9/11/2020]
Undergraduate student writer Deborah Locicero recently published one of her many successful poems in poetry anthology “Florida Bards: Gulf Coast Poets, Pinellas County."

Undergraduate student published in Professor Grewal’s class [07/17/2020]
USF undergraduate student Karen Gonzalez-Videla’s first publication, “A Catalog of the Events After I Boarded a Plane in Buenos Aires, Argentina,” appeared in Sidereal Magazine’s sixth issue.

USF's First Virtual REU Program Kicks Off This Friday [05/18/2020]
This Friday 10 freshmen/sophomore students from around the nation will be participating in USF’s NSF funded Weather, Climate, and Society Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) Program.

Unique Wetlands and Waters PhD Program Poised to Have its First Graduate  [4/17/2020]
A joint USF-FGCU Wetlands and Waters PhD Program is poised to have its first graduate.

USF Alumna Jaquira Díaz wins prestigious Whiting Award in Nonfiction [4/9/2020]
University of South Florida Department of English alumna Jaquira Díaz is the winner of a 2020 Whiting Award in Nonfiction for her memoir “Ordinary Girls.”

USF MFA grad Jaquira Díaz visits USF [12/10/2019]
Creative Writing MFA graduate Jaquira Díaz visited to speak about the craft of memoir writing and to read from her new memoir about growing up in Puerto Rico and Miami.