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An Enlightened Partnership, Jeff Rasley Nov 2013

An Enlightened Partnership, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Article for Shout! Outdoor Lifestyle Magazine about the author’s journeys to Basa Village in Nepal and the partnership forged with the villagers.


4 Craft Strategies To Notice In The Leaving Morning (And Why), Julie Patterson Oct 2013

4 Craft Strategies To Notice In The Leaving Morning (And Why), Julie Patterson

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What can you learn about writing from a picture book? Lots!


The Art Of Prayer, Bryan M. Furuness Oct 2013

The Art Of Prayer, Bryan M. Furuness

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Bryan Furuness' contribution to Hobart. Nominated for a Puschcart prize.


What’S The Point? Five Writers Offer Lifelines For Post-Mfa Despair, Bryan M. Furuness May 2013

What’S The Point? Five Writers Offer Lifelines For Post-Mfa Despair, Bryan M. Furuness

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

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Paddling The Perilous Paradise, Jeff Rasley May 2013

Paddling The Perilous Paradise, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Article for Shout! Outdoor Lifestyle Magazine about the author’s journeys to Palau and Jellyfish Lake.


Play From The Heart: Five Notes On Creativity, Bryan M. Furuness Mar 2013

Play From The Heart: Five Notes On Creativity, Bryan M. Furuness

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

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The First Time I Figured Out What My Novel Was About, Bryan M. Furuness Feb 2013

The First Time I Figured Out What My Novel Was About, Bryan M. Furuness

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

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How To Read A Poem, Julie Patterson Feb 2013

How To Read A Poem, Julie Patterson

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Our writer-in-residence offers some insight into how to read a poem.


Pilgrimage To Wounded Knee: An Essay, Jeff Rasley Feb 2013

Pilgrimage To Wounded Knee: An Essay, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Article for Synchronized Chaos about the author’s trip to the Badlands National Park and Wounded Knee.


Bologna And Blogs: A Student's Journey Towards Actualizing The Purpose Of His Higher Education, Andrew Erlandson Jan 2013

Bologna And Blogs: A Student's Journey Towards Actualizing The Purpose Of His Higher Education, Andrew Erlandson

Kristi Schultz Broughton Liberal Arts Essay Contest

2013 Topic: Primed to Serve, a Benefit of a Liberal Arts Education


In Professor Marshall Gregory's forthcoming book, Good Teaching and Educational Vision: Not the Same Thing as Disciplinary Expertise, he writes of the importance of "[making] some kind of positive contribution to the world: to do something to make the world more sensible or more peaceful or more civil or more intelligent, and more congenial to human flourishing." Write an essay that analyzes how your liberal arts experiences (in your core and major classes, your community requirements, your service work, or other experiences) have inspired or prepared you ...