REMINDER: TOMORROW, June 6th, is the deadline to apply for a position as one of next year’s hosts of the DePaul Radio Student Writers Series. See this post for details.
Today in Alumni News, we would like to congratulate John Moss (MAW ’08), who has just gotten a story published in Newcity Magazine. John’s story, titled “Smashing the Resistance: Billy Corgan is Back in a Whole New Arena,” has its roots in a piece he wrote for the Personal Essay course while at DePaul.
You can read John’s story online at newcity.com/2012/05/10/smashing-the-resistance-billy-corgan-is-back-in-a-whole-new-arena.
The “Just In Time” Job Fair at DePaul is taking place next week, on Tuesday, June 12th, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Students and alumni are encouraged to pre-register for this event through the DePaul.Experience “Calendar” section. On-site registration will also be available the day of the fair.
Please note: This fair is NOT open to the public. Only DePaul students and alumni will be admitted. Professional dress is strongly recommended at all recruiting events. Graduate students should check their email or DePaul.Experience for a full list of employers recruiting at the event.
Spheres Executive Coaching, a small Lincoln Park counseling and coaching center, is currently looking for a part-time employee (10-20 hours/week) to do some writing: writing copy brochures and blogs for the website, contracts, increasing our social media presence, etc. You can learn more about Spheres Executive Coaching at flcoaching.com. To apply for the position, please contact HR Coordinator Patrick Fox at 773.529.1200 x2 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Think, To Write, To Publish, an National Science Foundation grant-funded project developed by Arizona State University’s Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes in partnership with the Writer’s Center and the Creative Nonfiction Foundation are pleased to invite writers, scientists, and policy-makers to the project’s keynote event in Washington, D.C. on the evening of October 6th, 2012.
Attendees will hear from editors from Harper’s, The Atlantic, National Geographic, Publisher’s Weekly, Issues in Science and Technology, and Narrative Matters–with a special guest appearance by and discussion with Virginia Morell, contributing correspondent for Science and author of the upcoming book Animal Wise: The Thoughts and Emotions of Our Fellow Creatures and three previously published and celebrated books. The New York Times awarded Morell Notable Book of the Year to Ancestral Passions, her dramatic biography of the famed Leakey family and their notable findings. Blue Nile, about her journey down the Blue Nile to Sudan, was a San Francisco Chronicle Best Travel Book, and The Washington Post listed Wildlife Wars, which she co-authored with Richard Leakey, as one of their Best Books of the Year. More guests to be announced!
To Think, To Write, To Publish is also accepting applications from writers who wish to participate in its fellowship program. The application deadline is June 15th, 2012. More information is available at: www.thinkwritepublish.org.