RCTE Associate Professor and Director, Adela C. Licona, was recently named 2015 and 2016 co-chair of the National Women’s Studies Conference together with Professor Vivian May.
MFA student Jon Riccio's "Four Epigrams" was recently published in Qwerty.
Jon Riccio has three poems published at Former People ... "Smog Years," "Riddle of the Insect Officejet" and "Boost."
Congratulations to RCTE Ph.D. student Maggie Melo won the Best Mobile App Idea in UA Innovate's "1000 Pitches" competition!
Jan Bindas-Tenney has a new piece on Guernica.
MFA student Nina Boutsikaris has a new story on Hobart.
MFA student Taneum Bambrick has two poems out in the The Nashville Review!
Farid Matuk was recently awarded an Alumni New Works grant from Headlands Center for the Arts where he was an Artist in Residence in 2010.
MFA student Francisco Cantú's piece "Ventana" was selected for inclusion in the inaugural edition of Guernica Annual, a print anthology of the best writing to app
RCTE PhD student Casely Coan collaborated on a Study and Activity Guide for the Crossroads Collaborative to accompany a youth-produced video titled “Let’s Talk About Sex Ed”.
RCTE PhD student Rachael Wendler’s article entitled ‘“Socializing Democracy”: The Community Literacy Pedagogy of Jane Addams’ was published in the Community Literacy Journal, Volume 8, Issue 2, Spr
RCTE PhD student Kate Chaterdon just had a book review published in the Ethos Review Journal.