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Fall 2015 Registration for UG Majors

 

Dissertations for Review

Jeff Stoyanoff

Justin "Skip" Stevenson

 

Faculty Information

 

Academic Integrity

 

    Book Orders


    Barnes and Noble website

    Bookstore phone: 412.434.6626

    Book Orders can be placed one of three ways:

    tm764@bncollege.com or clovera@duq.edu

    • By filling out the form below and delivering it to the bookstore.

    Book Order form

    Please copy your order or email to our Graduate Assistant, Anna (harpa@duq.edu). 

    Exam/Desk Copies

    List of Publishers with contact information

    Desk copy request

    Please note:

    • Desk copy and Exam copy policies may differ. Please check the Publisher's website or talk to a representative for more information.

    • Some publishers charge for Exam copies. These charges are not covered by the department.

    • Barnes & Noble does not offer free desk copies (this includes Barnes & Noble publications).

    If you do not want to place the desk copy order yourself, you can also email all information (Title, Author, Publisher and ISBN-13) to Anna for her to place the order.

     

    Faculty Meetings

    Agendas

    Archive

    August 2015

    Minutes

    Archive

    August 2015

    Handouts

    DEAP Fall 2014

    Program Review Guidelines

    Proposal for grad student rep vote

    Committees for Self-Study

    Pilot Learning Community Course

    Top 10 Reasons for English Majors to Study Abroad

    Assigned committees for self-study

    First Year Writing Experience

    UCOR Committee:  Literature Requirement Discussion

    Doctoral Exam Revision Proposal

    Proposed Creative Writing minor

    Graduate Program Learning Outcomes

      Annual Reports

      Faculty Travel

      - please fill out Report of Business Expense and send to Nora as an attachment; all original receipts are needed for reimbursement

      Please note:  The Dean's office will reimburse ahead of time for airfare ONLY, if you can show that it has already been paid.  

       

      Graduate Student Information

      UCOR 101/102 classes

      Learning Outcomes for 101 & 102

      Instructor Requirements & Guidelines

      Statement on Academic Freedom

      Critical Thinking Habits

      UCOR 101-Thinking & Writing Across the Curriculum

      UCOR 102- Imaginative Literature & Critical Writing

      First Class Writing Contest

      Congratulations to our winners and their instructors!

      Fall 2013

      1st prize: "A Warped Teenage Brain: The Impact of Technology in the Classroom" by Samantha Studvick (Ava Cipri)

      2nd prize: "Financial Literacy: A Misunderstanding at Duquesne University" by James Papiano (Lindsey Albracht)

      3rd prize: "Living Connected to Oneself, Others, and One's Cellphone - Yes, Maggie Jackson, It Is Possible" by Shannon Small (Matt Ussia)

      Spring 2014

      1st prize: "California: The Land of Broken Dreams" by Laura Smith (Mike Begnal)

      2nd prize: "Beauty vs. Intellect: A Woman's Search for Identity" by Katlyn Rop (Marcie Rovan)

      3rd prize: "The Grass Isn't Always Greener on the Other Side: Coraline's Journey to the Other Side" by Isabella Martinez (Jess McCort)

      First Class is now available to view online!

      First Class- Fall 2014

      Graduate Programs Self-Study Report 2015

      Ph.D. Self Study Documents- 2007

       

      Undergraduate Self-Study Documents

      English Undergraduate Internal Review

      Theater Arts Internal Review

      Catholic Colleges Teaching Loads

      Boston College--approximately 900 majors
      Notre Dame--approximately 300 majors
      Marquette--268 majors
      Catholic U.--70 majors
      St. Louis U--150 majors

      Our Major totals:
      2004-5: 194
      2005-6: 217
      2006-7: 221
      2007-8: 235
      2008-9: 206
      2009-10: 213
      2010-11: 212
      2011-12: 141
      2012-13: 180
      2013-14: 143

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