After much hard work by our journal editor, Brent House, we are excited to announce the release of the latest edition of our journal. Formerly called EAPSU Online, the journal has been redesigned, revamped and renamed Impost and we hope you enjoy the collection of creative writing, criticism and scholarly work that Brent and his staff and peer reviewers have curated. It can be found under the Our Journal page. Enjoy!
We want to thank our fine hosts at Lock Haven University for a wonderful spring undergraduate conference, full of exciting presentations and creative work. Please see the annual conferences page for pictures from that conference, as well as some from our fall conference at Kutztown University.
The countdown is on to our spring undergraduate conference, which will be held at Lock Haven University on March 23. We have a great array of student presentations and hope to release the schedule soon. Please see the Annual Conferences page for a link to register for the conference.
In the meantime, as we look ahead, please see the Annual Conferences page for the Call for Papers for our fall conference, which will feature work from both students and faculty.
See you in Lock Haven next month.
Our friends at Lock Haven have extended the deadline for proposals for the spring undergraduate conference until Feb. 15. So, be sure to be reaching out to your students now and encouraging them to put together a proposal. The call for papers is under the conferences tab.
As you head into the end of the semester and winter break, be sure to keep an eye out for good work that students may want to present at the 2018 EAPSU Undergraduate Conference, which will be held on March 23 at Lock Haven University. A Call for Papers can be found on the Annual Conferences page.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the EAPSU fall conference at Kutztown University next month, when we will feature renowned journalist Ted Conover as our keynote speaker. Please see the complete conference schedule, which is posted under the annual conferences tab here on the website. Many thanks to our conference organizer, Melissa Nurczynski, for all of her efforts in pulling this together.
Please remember that proposals for the EAPSU fall conference at Kutztown University are due by tomorrow. See the CFP and registration information on our annual conferences page.
We hope to see many of you there!
As summer draws to a close, we here at EAPSU hope yours has been wonderful. While you are finazing your syllabi, don't forget that proposals for our fall conference are due Sept. 1 - less than two weeks from now. Please see the Annual Conferences page here on the website for the CFP and registration information.
We hope you are all having a relaxing and enjoyable summer in whatever corner of the world you inhabit. We here at EAPSU have been hard at work planning the fall conference at Kutztown University. To that end, be sure that you are submitting conference proposals - the CFP is on the Annual Conferences page.
Registration for the conference is now also set up. You can register online on the conference page at http://www.eapsu.org/Annual-Conferences or you can pay by check to the address listed. You will also find hotel information and other details on the Annual Conferences page. We hope to see many of you there.
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