MFA Student LouAnn Muhm MFA Student LouAnn Muhm has received a scholarship toward a month-long residency at the Vermont Studio Center for July, 2016.
MFA Alum Brooke King MFA Alum Brooke King’s personal essay on war (“Dogtags”) was published in the fall of 2015 in War, Literature, and the Arts Magazine .
MFA Faculty Lisa Papademetriou MFA Faculty Lisa Papademetriou will speak on the topic of "Grammar as Voice" at Michigan Reading Association's annual conference in Detroit on March 19.
While you do not have to double major in Spanish, it is useful to be fluent in the language. There is a need for bilingual and ESL teachers, but also online content is growing substantially for Spanish speakers. Major news and information sites that are well-respected in the online community are creating Spanish outposts to reach an untapped demographic. Writers will be able to work in this field developing content, proofreading and editing, just as with English sites. While the rules and mechanics of Spanish is different, you are still utilizing your communication skills which flow naturally provided you are fluent in the language.
Central does allow applicants to undertake a distance interview for this course. If you live abroad and are unable to attend an interview in person you may, at the discretion of the Admissions Tutor, be offered the opportunity of a distance interview. If you are selected for interview in this manner you will be contacted (normally by email) in order to arrange a suitable time for an interview. This will be conducted on Skype, telephone or by ‘live’ email exchange and will normally be based upon material you will have been asked to submit in advance. The interview will be conducted by the Admissions Tutor in liaison with a colleague who will have sight of your submitted materials.