English Internships and Careers

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Liberal Studies English

All students at IUP take three Liberal Studies English courses. Here you'll find information about the three LSE course requirements, as well as information about basic writing and information for multilingual writers and transfer students.

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Vetter Publishes Article on Ethical Uses of AI in Writing Classroom

Matt Vetter and co-authors (all former or current IUP doctoral students in English) published "Towards a Framework for Local Interrogation of AI Ethics: A Case Study on Text Generators, Academic Integrity, and Composing with ChatGPT" in the journal Computers and Composition.

Vetter Publishes Article on Ethics of Structured Data in Public Domain

Matt Vetter (Department of English) and co-author Zach McDowell (University of Illinois, Chicago) recently published an article in the International Journal of Communication. "The Realienation of the Commons: Wikidata and the Ethics of 'Free' Data" interrogates ethical issues related to Creative Commons Zero licensing in one of the most influential engines of the semantic web.

IUP English Professor Ranked in World’s Top 2 Percent Scientists List

David I. Hanauer, a faculty member in IUP’s Department of English, has been named as one of the “World’s Top 2% Scientists” for 2023 by an international academic independent research center.

Park Invited to Facilitate Reflective Workshop for 400 Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants

Gloria Park was invited to facilitate a Reflective Workshop for 400 Fulbright foreign language teaching assistants who are on a one-year grant, teaching their native languages in US higher education institutions.

Critical Theory Class Takes Field Trip to Mattress Factory, Andy Warhol Museum

On November 12, students in Mike Sell’s ENGL 308 Critical Theory course visited Pittsburgh’s Mattress Factory and Andy Warhol museums as part of a unit on Critical Public Humanities.