Our blog keeps growing! Please check out our new pages, Contests and Faculty News & Announcements.
In this week's Contests page, the 2015 Betty Creative Writing Awards have been announced and are open for submissions. This is an annual event supported by Dr. Stafford Betty, open to undergraduate and graduate students at CSUB. This contest will present awards in the following categories: poetry, short story, and drama (radio, stage, or screen). More information is on the Contests page with a link to the application.
The new Faculty News & Announcements page will highlight faculty research and/or special recognition awards. Dr. Monica Ayuso is being honored at the International Women's Day award banquet in March. Read all about it on the Faculty News & Announcements page.
Our winter quarter has been busy at AH. This week's features in the Dean's Corner and News & Events will talk about the 40th Anniversary of the Runner, the new Student Media Center and our ice cream social with our Fall 2014 quarter Dean's List students.
AND we still have plenty going on this month. The Visiting Artists program continues with one more lecture on March 3rd with artist, Kade L. Twist. Also, several of our students are attending the California College Media Association banquet on February 28th. We will talk more about those students in next week's blog. We are so proud of them!
So please check back next week because you will not want to miss out on the exciting things our school is doing. Our students rock!
Our campus has had a great horned owl sighting at Faculty Towers! According to Marlene Hensley (FACT coordinator and biologist) the owl is a baby who more than likely fell or was pushed out of the nest and isn't quite old enough to fly yet.
Happy Valentine's Day!
AND welcome to the new AHA! Instead of a traditional newsletter, the new AHA! blog will be published regularly, to keep you up-to-date on news and events in our school.
The "Dean's Corner" features brief reflections by Dean Richard Collins on issues important to the Arts & Humanities in our school and community. Future blogs will feature students and faculty who are making a difference on campus and in the community. Other features will include student contests (beginning with National Poetry Month in April) and short interviews to introduce our excellent faculty so you can get to know them better!
We hope you enjoy the fresh look of AHA! and join us in learning more about the School of Arts & Humanities. This is just the beginning, and we have so much planned for our new blog and hope you will visit us often!
We invite your comments and feedback.