This past week in St. Petersburg, Fla., the College English Association came together for its forty-second annual conference.
Among the many in attendance this year were a number of IUP faculty members and students presenting their work in a variety of panels. IUP master’s and doctoral students in both the Composition and TESOL track as well as the Literature and Criticism track were represented.
The theme of this year’s CEA conference was “Fortunes.” Among the presenters were Gian Pagnucci, Hayat Messekher, Jade Emhoff, Abigail Grant, Carolyn Marcille, Abdullah Al-Dagamseh, Nicholas Beishline, Brad Baumgartner, Dennis Ledden, Wendy Carse, Eric Meljac, Natalie Yegenian, David von Schlichten, Courtney Ruffner, Amanda Lagoe, and Maggie Herb.
For more information about CEA or for a complete 2011 conference listing, please visit the College English Association website.
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