Interest Meeting

Interested in building a solid professional and social connection here at SFA? Have questions about career choices, conferencing, panel discussions, or peer-editing of those pesky research papers?

Look no farther!

With your admission to SFA, you are automatically a part of EGSA (English Graduate Student Association).

What is EGSA?

 

The English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) is a student-led, professional, and social organization of graduate students in the English department. On many campuses, EGSA organizes activities such as:  bringing scholars and authors to campus for speaking engagements; organizing workshops on topics like writing paper abstracts for submittal to conferences, presenting conference papers, and getting papers published; organizing study groups for the MA comprehensive exams; and getting graduate students together for informal social events.

How can you participate?

On Monday, February 6 at 4 pm and on Wednesday, February 8 at 9 pm, EGSA will be hosting interest meetings to provide information and answer any questions you may have about your voluntary involvement in this group. Best of all, EGSA is FREE!

We hope to see you there!

EGSA

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About SFA English Graduate Student Association

The English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) is a student-led, professional, and social organization of graduate students in the English department. EGSA organizes activities such as: bringing scholars and authors to campus for speaking engagements; organizing workshops on topics like writing paper abstracts for submittal to conferences, presenting conference papers, and getting papers published; organizing study groups for the MA comprehensive exams; and getting graduate students together for informal social events.

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