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Roger Reeves's Best Barbarian considered finalist for the
PEN/Voelcker Award for Poetry Collection

The book was also a National Book Award finalist in 2022. Click the link to read more. Congrats Roger!

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College of Liberal Arts

BIPOC POP: Comics, Gaming &
Animation Arts Expo & Symposium

This symposium is a yearly event that brings together creatives, scholars, and industry leaders of color in the comics, gaming, animation and multimedia arts to focus on strengthening community through the sharing of cutting-edge, creative, critical knowledge-making in the multimedia storytelling arts. This year we will have over 80 speakers, 40 exhibitors, and dozens of short animation screenings. The event is free and open to all.  BIPOC POP 2023 will take place March 9-11th 9-am till you drop in Patton Hall's Glickman Conference Center. Read more information by clicking the link below!

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College of Liberal Arts

Jackie Cuevas Awarded Seed Grant

Jackie has been awarded a seed grant from the Vice Provost for Diversity Office to
support a mentoring program for graduate students. The mentoring program,
called Belonghorns, is designed for first-gen, Latinx, and URM grad students
who do interdisciplinary work. The group includes students from our own program,
MALS, and other programs.

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College of Liberal Arts

Statement on Sexual Harassment 

The English Department faculty and administration strongly affirm the University's policies on sexual harassment. We are committed to providing a safe education and working environment for our students, faculty, and staff, free from sex and gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, interpersonal violence, and inappropriate touching or sexualized comments. Such behaviors will not be condoned. A full description of the University's policies is to be found at the  University Policy Office .