Wed, Nov 8th, 2023
“We had a great showing with a wide variety of original poetry.This is one of our department’s favorite evenings, and I was so impressed by our students’ creativity and courage."
English & Humanities Chair
Mon, Aug 7th, 2023
The great thing about the major is that it is very customizable. Alongside your general electives you have a lot of options for what courses that you want to take that you think will better your college experience. I find that to be very appealing.”
Tue, Feb 14th, 2023
“So much care has been put into creating a meaningful engagement opportunity by the Douglass Day organizers and their efforts have resulted in an incredible crowdsourced initiative that broadens perspectives and invites an international community to explore and digitally preserve important narratives."
Cyan Corwine - Director of Global Engagement and Civic Wellbeing
Tue, Nov 22nd, 2022
Alfred State College students, faculty, and staff participated in the fall poetry reading event hosted by the English and Humanities Department.
Fri, Apr 8th, 2022
Nearly two dozen attendees shared poetry at the English and Humanities Department spring poetry event. Current students, faculty, administration, college council members, and alumni shared original or favorite poems.
Mon, Apr 12th, 2021
Dozens of Alfred State College (ASC) Pioneers came together recently to share, listen, and reflect during a virtual poetry reading held on Microsoft Teams.
Fri, Oct 30th, 2020
Around 80 Alfred State College (ASC) Pioneers came together online recently to share, listen, and learn during a virtual poetry reading held on Microsoft Teams.
Mon, Apr 20th, 2020
Even in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Alfred State Pioneers are still finding ways to come together virtually to connect, bond, and lift each other’s spirits. One of these ways came in the form of a recent virtual poetry reading hosted by the English and Humanities Department.
Tue, Jan 21st, 2020
Morgan’s talk focused on Burns’ young life in Ayrshire, Scotland, and influences on the poet in the years before he became a celebrated figure, first in Scotland and, in a short time, in Europe and the United States.
Mon, Jun 10th, 2019
State University of New York Distinguished Teaching Professor Dr. Aniko Constantine, English and Humanities Department, was recently honored for 45 years of service to Alfred State.