ANNOUNCEMENTS (Getting Ready for week 5, etc.)
Email to Miranda OR Steven by midnight on Friday, June 1, as ONE document (discuss alternatives with faculty in advance if needed). Please no google-doc links (prefer .doc or .pdf).
Tell us about the state of your manuscript and the contents of your portfolio; include suggestions about focus-areas as we look at your final work that will help us to understand your progress and learning. (about a page)
FINAL DRAFT OF PROJECT
Just the final draft. If you decide it’s important to include any more than this, make sure it’s abundantly clear what’s what and why you’ve included other things.
FINAL DRAFT OF REVIEW
Go here: STUDENT ORIGINATED SEMINARS: GOOGLE DOC
Works in Progress Presentations:
HERE ARE THE WORKLOG instructions
SOS Literary Arts:WELCOME, Literary Arts SOS (for those who have already registered)
Here is Word doc with a table that includes the program meetings, if you want to use it as a starting point for your own weekly plan. You can also create your own. SOS Weekly Plan table
You can also review program schedule information through the links on the right.
APPLICATION STUFF BELOW….
If you’re interested in this spring 2018 program, please fill out this application:
Email finished application to faculty–
Steven Hendricks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Miranda Mellis: email@example.com
Applications submitted before the first day of registration will be given priority consideration. We will let you know your status as soon as your application has been reviewed. If possible, we will respond to any applications received before registration begins. If you are accepted into the program, you will still need to register (CRN 30105) for the program. Because you need to wait to register until you have a signature & guaranteed seat in the program, you should register for your back-up program if you have not already heard from us.
Check this page again soon for schedules and other info.