UCOR 101/102 classes
UCOR 101-Thinking & Writing Across the Curriculum
UCOR 102- Imaginative Literature & Critical Writing
UCOR 102 Speaker-TBA
First Class Writing Contest
Congratulations to our winners and their instructors!
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)
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!
Coffee House Reading Series
The Coffee House Reading Series is a monthly reading of creative writing at the Barnes & Noble Café in the Power Center on Forbes Avenue. Organized and sponsored by Duquesne University's English Department, the series aims to develop the creative writing and arts community on Duquesne's campus by inviting established writers to present their work along side the work of students and other emerging writers. You can view the current semester's schedule of readings below. For more information, contact email@example.com
ALL READINGS WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE BARNES & NOBLE CAFÉ, POWER CENTER, at 7:00 pm
Tuesday, October 7
Samantha Leon, poetry
Justin Kishbaugh, poetry
Monday, November 10
Lori Jakiela, memoir
Jane Bernstein, fiction
Thursday, December 4
Michael S. Begnal, poetry
Karen Lillis, poetry
Tuesday, February 3
Scott Silsbe, poetry
Craig Bernier, fiction
Monday, March 16
Erin Elizabeth Smith, poetry
Jeffrey Condran, fiction
Thursday, April 16
John Thomas Menesini, poetry
Aubrey Hirsch, fiction
If a student has not been attending class or if you have another issue with him/her, please contact their advisor: List of Advisors
Department movie list- all movies are available to be signed out in the department office
Barnes and Noble website
Bookstore phone: 412.434.6626
Please send all UCOR orders to our Graduate Assistant, Anna (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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.
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