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Apr 11

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DETROIT, April 8, 2011— Marygrove's English and Modern Languages Department is pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 Amy S. McCombs/Frederick P. Currier Writing Award held in conjunction with the Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series. This year's winners are:

Mia Balbin-Cuesta, "Harryette Mullen, John Cage, and the Significance of the Avant-Garde," essay
Percy Pierce, "It's All About the P & E's," poem 
Emily Sese, "Moving through Mullen," essay
Theresa Spiteri, "Harryette Mullen's Critique of Women's Fashions: From Constraints to Liberation," essay 
Della Young, "Goldilocks Goes to Jail," essay

Read more: Amy S. McCombs- Frederick P. Currier Writing Award Winners Announced

06
Apr 11
MG_Undergrad_and_overall_LOGO_alone_webDETROIT, April 6, 2011 — The Federal government estimates that at least 8.3 million Americans will become the victims of identity theft this year alone. That is why Marygrove College has partnered with ed2go to offer this important online, instructor-led course designed to enable you to avoid being the next victim of identity theft - "Protect Your Money, Credit and Identity."

Participants in this course will learn to spot the scams and rip-offs that can cost them money or ruin their credit. They will explore threats including identity theft, Internet and credit card scams, and deceptive sales practices. In addition, they will learn how to slow down or stop a foreclosure, and how to end harassing phone calls from debt collectors.

Read more: Marygrove College Introduces New Online Course: Protect Your Money, Credit and Identity

25
Mar 11

DETROIT, March 25, 2010 — This year Marygrove’s Department of English and Modern Languages inaugurated a new writing competition held in conjunction with its Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series (CAALS): the Mary Helen Washington Writing Award Contest, open to high school students who participate in the CAALS Master Class at Marygrove. Named after nationally-renowned scholar, editor, essayist, and teacher Dr. Mary Helen Washington, and supported through the generosity of series sponsors Lillian and Don Bauder, this annual contest asks students to write essays in response to the works of the CAALS guest artist. The top four winners receive cash prizes.

For this inaugural year, students wrote their essays on the works of award-winning poet and literary scholar Harryette Mullen.

Read more: Mary Helen Washington Writing Award Contest Winners Announced

24
Mar 11

DETROIT, March 24, 2011— Marygrove College is hosting its 4th Annual Dramafest on Thursday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Marygrove College Theatre. This event is free and open to the public.

Launched in 2008 by Marygrove College English and Modern Languages Department Chair Donald Levin, Ph.D., DramaFest is a presentation of staged readings of original one-act plays and scenes from longer plays and is another example of the College's long tradition of offering rich cultural experiences for the community.

Marygrove’s 4th Annual Dramafest features special friends of Marygrove College, including: Detroit Free Press Columnist and Author Rochelle Riley,[i] “Star Search” Winner and Comedian Horace H.B. Sanders, local playwright, author and Biblical scholar Diane Reeder as well as Leslie Love, Marygrove Professor and Theatre Director who will premiere her third play at Dramafest: Rock, Paper, Scissors.

Read more: Rochelle Riley to headline Marygrove’s 4th Annual Dramafest

14
Mar 11

grant_wigginsWorld renowned assessment reform expert to focus on Authentic Assessment in Urban Education

DETROIT, Mich., March 14, 2011 —Marygrove College today announced award-winning author and education expert Dr. Grant Wiggins will deliver the keynote address at the College’s upcoming two-day education conference. The conference, which will explore new and innovative ideas about the use of authentic performance assessment in urban schools, will be held on the Marygrove College campus on Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19, 2011. Wiggins will give the keynote address Friday night at 6 p.m.

Read more: Grant Wiggins to speak at Marygrove College education conference

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