The time has come to be more involved with your program! Three committees are looking for students in English Lit and Creative Writing and require not a large amount of commitment and it is all for your personal benefit and the benefit of your peers!
If you want to sit on the Curriculum Committee and help develop new courses, fine-tune calendar descriptions and freshen up old courses then this is the position for you!
If you’re interested in talks and lectures offered at Concordia and you want to help decide and invite guest scholars then the Speaker’s Committee is for you!
And finally, if you want to help solve any issues pertaining to the Creative Writing department then the Creative Writing Committee is the committee for you!
Email me, Jess Marchand, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have ANY questions or concerns and if you are at all interested!! I’ll be in the office this week Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00-2:45 and Thursdays from 4:00-6:00 if you want to stop by our office LB-646! I hope to hear from you!
Official Letter from the Department:
The English Department is calling for nominations for undergraduate student representatives to sit on Department Committees for the current school year, 2011-12. Students are encouraged to self-nominate for the following positions:
1. Creative Writing Committee (1 position, must be a student accepted in the Creative Writing program). The Creative Writing Committee is responsible for all issues pertaining to Creative Writing (the program, admission guidelines, Writers Read at Concordia, Summer Literary Seminars, Matrix).
2. Curriculum Committee (2 positions). The Curriculum Committee is responsible for developing new courses, refreshing older ones, fine-tuning Calendar descriptions of courses, and selecting Honours special topic courses.
3. Speakers’ Committee (1 position). The Speakers’ Committee is responsible for selecting and inviting guest scholars to give academic talks. The Committee also coordinates and promotes the talks.
Nominations should be sent directly to Dr. Meredith Evans, Student Liaison Officer, Room LB641, and received no later than 10 a.m. Friday, October 21, 2011.
If there are more candidates than positions, an election will be held on Friday, October 28, 2011, in Room LB-646. Only registered English students will be allowed to vote. The vote will be held between 10 and 11 a.m.
Thank you for your support.
Dr. Meredith Evans
Student Liaison Officer
Department of English