Thank you to those that came to the Mass Meeting yesterday! We are excited for the enthusiasm expressed by all of you about the organization!
If you liked the t-shirts that we were wearing yesterday, we still have a variety of sizes available. The cost is $5.00 per shirt (cash only). Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in purchasing one.
Also, keep an eye out for our Book Share in the next few weeks.
UEA Mass Meeting 2009
Tuesday, September 15
3222 Angell Hall
Come learn about the UEA, what we do, and how we can help you! Come by our mass meeting to meet us, learn how you can get involved, and, at the very least, to get some snacks! Email email@example.com for more information!
On March 9, 2009, the Undergraduate English Association, on behalf of Hillel and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, honored English Professor Ralph Williams with the first ever Golden Apple Lifetime Achievement Award. In Professor Williams' honor, we will be putting together a Book of Appreciation. Please submit your memories, first impressions, and/or unforgettable quotes to firstname.lastname@example.org. So that everyone can be included, please limit your responses to two double-spaced pages in a .doc format. We still have room available for responses, so submit them before April 1st, and we'll be sure to get them into the book (which will be presented to Professor Williams on April 21st). Any questions about the opportunities to honor Professor Williams, contact email@example.com.
April 21, 7:00 pm
Reception to Follow
Time and Place TBA
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Résumé writing workshop will be coming later this fall. Also, we will be having a creative writing workshop in the early winter.
Look out for our grad panel in late October!
The course guide is up and the UEA is here to help. OUt choosing classes party will have class professors speak about their own classes for the first 15 minutes. An informal discussion about professors and upcoming classes will follow. Don't miss it this useful opportunity on Monday, November 24, at 5pm in 3222 Angell Hall.
We will be having our Grad Panel on November 17th at 7pm in the Henderson Room at the League. We will be featuring five panelists from various graduate paths, including law, social work, and MFA.
Book share will take place from December 1st through 10th. We will be collecting books for a local shelter. If people would like to donate early, email Mark.
We have our first ever Faculty Research Introduction at 5pm Tuesday, October 28th, featuring Professors Ralph Williams and Scotti Parrish.
Tuesday, September 16, at 7:00 PM in 2306 Mason Hall. Pizza (better than dorm food) will be provided.
1. A gathering of charming students who aim to share their favorite books and authors with other dashing folk.
2. An excellent resource for those looking to find some new reading material and meet some other bibliophiles.
3. A magical place teeming with free food!
Be there Tuesday, September 23, 7 pm, at 1448 Mason Hall.
Get them while you can, 5 bucks a piece for purchase in 3244 Angell Hall. You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you want one!
We will have a movie showing of Dead Poet's Society April 3rd at 7 PM, Chem Bldg
Let's have both faculty and students get together over some hot chocolate. This will be a great opportunity to meet some professors and get recommendation letters. The Mixer will be held on March 13th at 6 PM in 3222 AH
Following the success of our grad panel last fall, we will be having a job panel on March 26th at 6 PM in 3222 AH. Come learn about what you can do with an English degree!
The party will be held on March 19th from 5-7 PM. A brief informational event held by English advisors will be in Aud D AH followed by a student session in 3222 AH directly afterwards
Please submit poetry, prose, or plays limited to 8 pages double spaced to email@example.com! You can also submit photographs, drawings, or paintings to firstname.lastname@example.org! Deadline is February 28th at midnight.
Get them while you can, 5 bucks a piece for purchase in 3244 Angell Hall
Thursday, February 13th, 7pm, 1300 Chem. Come see a screening of "Romeo and Juliet" starring Leonardo DiCaprio!
Come up with your sappiest love poem for Valentine's day and submit it to email@example.com before February 13th at midnight to enter our Valentine's Day Sappy Poetry Contest. There will be one winner and several runner-ups. The winner will receive a prize, but all selected sappiest poets will get the chance to recite their work to a group of friends and fellow students, which will be held on February 13th at 6 PM, location TBA. We will provide snacks and drinks.
Tentatively on Wednesday, February 6th from 8-10pm, the UEA will be going ice skating at Yost. Details to come.
Soon we hope to have everyone from the English department, both faculty and students, get together over some hot chocolate. This will be a great opportunity to meet some professors and get recommendation letters. Details will follow.
Following the success of our grad panel last fall, we will be having a job panel sometime in early March. Come learn about what you can do with an English degree!
Come hang out with the board. It is January 30th at 7 PM location TBA. We might have an Apples to Apples competition. Snacks and hot chocolate will be provided.
"Careers in English," Nov. 15th, 7:30 PM in 2260 Undergraduate Science Building - cookies and coffee provided!
Dec. 6th at 7 PM in 1200 Chem Bldg.
Nov. 29th at 6 PM in 3222 Angell Hall, English Dept.
The winner of our t-shirt design was Colleen Yancy and she will be receiving a free t-shirt and a gift card, congratulations!
Nov. 5th, 7 PM in Wolverine Room of the Union we will be having our Grad Panel
The open-mic night location is 3rd Henderson room in the League
Oct. 4th in 1200 Chem at 7 PM we will be showing "Knocked Up"
Oct. 12th by midnight. Winner will receive gift card and a free t-shirt.
Students must submit poetry or prose to firstname.lastname@example.org for eligibility. Oct. 21st at 7 PM location TBA
The UEA is an academic and social supplement to the English curriculum at The University of Michigan.