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MFA student Nina Boutsikaris named a finalist in the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards

MFA student Nina Boutsikaris was named a finalist in the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards!

MFA student Jon Riccio's poem published online at FORTH

MFA student Jon Riccio's poem "Fire Escape" was just published online at FORTH.

Recent MFA graduate Kati Standefer's essay Finalist for the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Award

Recent MFA graduate Kati Standefer's essay "Wilderness" was a Finalist for the Tucson Festival of Books Literary Award for Creative Nonfiction.

Emily Lyons awarded Patrick Dissertation Fellowship for spring 2015.

Literature PhD candidate Emily Lyons has been awarded the Spring 2015 Patrick Dissertation Fellowship.

Graduating English Major Nicole Rivera to join Berkeley Law Class of 2018

Congratulations to Nicole Rivera on her admission to Berkeley Law!

Here's how Nicole described her experience applying to law school and her acceptance to her top choice:

RCTE Ph.D. student Beth Leahy recently named a 2015 History Scholar by the New Mexico Office of the State Historian

RCTE Ph.D. student Beth Leahy was recently named a 2015 History Scholar by the New Mexico Office of the State Historian.

RCTE professor Maritza Cardenas invited to speak in Duke University workshop

RCTE professor Maritza Cardenas has been invited to Duke University's "Subjects of and for Central American-American Studies" workshop that will map the broad conceptual parameters of Central Ameri

MFA student Jon Riccio's poem "Suitcase Ghazal" appears in Paper Nautilus.

MFA student Jon Riccio's poem "Suitcase Ghazal" appears in the 2014 Issue of Paper Nautilus.

RCTE Associate Professor and Director, Adela C. Licona named 2015 and 2016 co-chair of the National Women’s Studies Conference

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 recently published in Qwerty

MFA student Jon Riccio's "Four Epigrams" was recently published in Qwerty.

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