Professional Writing & English Studies

MajorB.A.120 hours
  • Core in Composition
  • Core in Literature
  • Prepares for job market
  • Prepares for graduate school

HumanitiesExplore the arts

Minor24-25 hours
  • Focus area in Literature
  • Focus area in Music
  • Focus area in Philosophy
  • Great for grad school admissions

CommunicationPR or New Media

MajorB.A.120 hours
  • Focus in Public Relations
  • Focus in New Media
  • Great job market outlook
  • Capstone internship or project

CommunicationAugment your skills

Minor24 hours
  • Focus in Public Relations
  • Focus in New Media
  • Diversify your skills
  • Great for grad school admissions

Dr. Tichenor recounts how she scaled her family tree

On April 15, Dr. Dolores Tichenor presented as part of the Spring 2014 Humanities Symposia with her talk “I Didn’t Like History Until It Was My Own: The 3 T’s Of Genealogy.” A large number of students, faculty, and community members were in attendance. The video above, shot by forensic science major Ashley McLaughlin, is her complete talk with the question and answer discussion that followed. For a more detailed […]

Don’t wait till next year for World Book Night

Don’t wait till next year for World Book Night

World Book Night will be held in the Trine LINK April 23 from 6-9pm. The event allows students and community members to donate books for the event, and then attend to browse the donated books and take new ones home. Student Ashley McLaughlin helps put on the event with the help of librarian, Sarah Wagner and the Department of Humanities and Communication. The purpose of the event is to increase […]

Watch the live stream of the 2014 Sonnet-o-thon

Professor Amy Nicholls’ Shakespeare class organized this year’s Sonnet-o-thon. Students, faculty, staff and community members will be working their way through all of the Bard’s sonnets in a marathon reading starting at 8 a.m on Thursday April 17. You can watch the live steam straight from Wells Theater in Taylor Hall via the video above.

Dr. Alexander shares the evolution of her teaching of evolution

On April 1, Dr. Amy Alexander presented as part of the Spring 2014 Humanities Symposia with her talk “On the Origin of Separation: A History of Evolution in the Public Schools.” A large number of students, faculty, and community members were in attendance. The video above, shot by forensic science major Ashley McLaughlin, is her complete talk with the question and answer discussion that followed. For a more detailed description […]

Well-Read with Professor Justin Young

Well-Read with Professor Justin Young

Well-Read is a recurring feature that focuses on members of the university community picking books that are favorites, influenced them greatly, or simply they think everyone should try. Justin Young is a professor of communication in HAC. He teaches an eclectic range of courses including video games, media and society, and newswriting. In addition, he co-writes an award-winning webcomic and cartoon series, coordinates the Overlooked Film Festival, and serves on […]