The Department of English is hosting a pizza party for all English Program students in OA2005 and, weather permitting, may move to the Garden Area. Come out to meet with your peers and Department Faculty while enjoying lunch.
Want to learn more about research grants? The Department of English is offering an OGS/SSHRC workshop to show how to apply for such grants/scholarships. Learn deadlines, how to, what happens after one applies, etc. Interested students, particularly those in the English program in 3rd, 4th, and 5th year are encouraged to attend. This session will be video conferenced from Thunder Bay campus.
The Department of English is hosting a pizza party for all English Program students. Come out, enjoy lunch and meet and mingle with your peers and Department Faculty
Orientation session for all English Masters Students with refreshments
Undergraduate and graduate students of English on both campuses are presenting papers. Presenters will be grouped into four panels:
Mixed Media: Visual Culture and the Politics of Representation - Moderator: Dr. M. Flegel
Critical and Creative Responses to Medieval and Early Modern Literature - Moderator: Dr. M. Richardson
Constructing Children and Children’s Texts - Moderator: Dr. C. Parkes
Mixed Media II: Visual Culture and the Politics of Representation (Canadian Edition) - Moderator: Dr. J. Leggatt
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The Artery Launch Party is combined with our annual "GenderF*cked" genderbender.
Fun, frolic, and frivolity will prevail on this fun evening event.
Entrance fee also includes a copy of the newest edition of The Artery.
All English program students are invited to enjoy pizza lunch with the Department of English.
An excellent opportunity to mingle and socialize in a relaxed atmosphere with fellow students and English faculty.
The Future of the Book: A round-table discussion
Drs. Judith Leggatt, Scott Pound, and Michael Richardson (Department of English, Lakehead University);
Laura Prinselaar (Thunder Bay Public Library); and
Chris Servais (Chapters)
Presented by: The Department of English, The Office of Research, and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at Lakehead University, in conjunction with Research & Innovation Week.
The Department of English is hosting this Master's Program information session. All students interested in or considering pursuing an MA are encouraged to attend, particularly those enrolled in third and/or fourth years. Dr. Monica Flegel, English Graduate Coordinator, will provide valuable information and answer questions. Be sure to bring any questions you may have regarding Master's programs.