UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Students who have a love for English may participate in the Literary Society, Prologue, Sigma Tau Delta, or SPEAK.
Prologue is the University of Wisconsin-River Falls student literary and art publication. Each issue contains the writing and artwork of UWRF undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates. Literary submissions range from poems to short stories to creative essays. Original works of art, such as drawings, photographs, and images of metal and glasswork, are found throughout the publication.
Submissions for the 2020 publication can be sent to email@example.com; an official due date for 2020 has not yet been determined. There is no hard limit to the number/length of submissions, but be reasonable.
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The University of Wisconsin - River Falls chapter of Sigma Tau Delta is Kappa Sigma. Sigma Tau Delta is an international honor society for English majors, minors, and qualifying non-majors. Kappa Sigma (local chapter) is an academic and service organization that:
Sigma Tau Delta-Kappa Sigma has hosted poets and writers such as Thomas R. Smith, Robert Schuler, Amy Knox Brown, and John McNally for the Student Reading Series.
Many members work on the UWRF annual student publication Prologue as well as raise money for a local charity, and finance a subscription to Studies in the Novel, a literature journal previously not carried by the UWRF Chalmer Davee Library.
Associate membership is available to currently enrolled students, undergraduates and graduates, who have the requisite academic background, but who are not majoring or minoring in English. Faculty are also eligible for an associate membership.
For more information, contact: Dr. Michelle Parkinson in the English Department.
This UWRF event takes place in the late fall and offers an opportunity for UWRF students, faculty, and staff to read their original poetry, prose, and song lyrics to fellow students, faculty, and staff. Art is also exhibited. All students, regardless of their majors, are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Participants may submit one or more genres within the genre limits.
Submission deadline for Fall 2020 to be announced. Submissions should be sent to email@example.com. Participants will be notified via email if their submission has been chosen.
The TESOL Club is open to anyone, but targets TESOL majors, minors, and graduate students. Our mission is to be a communication center for TESOL faculty, students and alumni of UWRF and to provide valuable learning experiences for all TESOL and international students as they interact with professionals in the field and with each other.
The Literary Society's focus is to provide a release from academic stress and pressures through activities, bring together students who have similar interests, provide moral support, and learn about opportunities in the English field.
Members typically meet twice a month to plan activities such as:
Prologue is a compilation of student fiction, poetry, art, and photography created by UWRF students. Each spring, the newest edition of Prologue is unveiled and distributed to the public for free at a spring exhibition event.