Only Connect! Newsletter
Cal Poly English students at a Whitman reading on campus
From the Chair
The 2016-17 academic year was one of opportunities for our department and students. I hope you enjoy our annual newsletter, filling you in on all the happenings in the department.
Our students received a wide variety of awards, recognizing their scholarly work and their contribution to Cal Poly's reputation for excellence.
From teaching English as a second language to how students are earning the Technical and Professional Communication Certificate, there are a lot of exciting things happening in the English Department.
Cal Poly English Department students are creating some exciting senior projects, including a graphic novel based on King Lear and an album inspired by class teachings.
Long-time linguistics professor Johanna Rubba retires, and the English Department is pleased to welcome two new faculty members.
200 for 200: Continuing a Legacy of Success
The English Department is looking to the future — specifically, how we can increase support of our students and faculty and continue our legacy of success.
Why I Give: Sarah Storelli
Sarah Storelli (English, '11) speaks about her fond memories of Cal Poly, her pride in being a Cal Poly alumna and why she gives.