English department

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the academic department responsible for teaching English and American literature

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Ms Bannatyne said senior English department staff were "setting and monitoring the work going out and rotating staff to ensure that all classes do get some time with teachers".
Mr Jan appreciated the English department for arranging such competition and resolved that University would patronize such events.
The English department decided years ago to replace the portrait but had yet to do so, the (http://www.
Ecaterina Popa, a respected professor and former chairperson of the English Department, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, died on July 22, 2013.
During the visit, the "25" students from the English Department in the college accompanied by Dr.
The English department, meanwhile, has pushed the MA admission process back by a week after looking into the matter.
The purpose of this book, then, according to Fleming, is to investigate the history of this unusual course as it evolved since its creation at Harvard by looking more specifically at its evolution in the University of Wisconsin's English Department, from the prehistory (1848-1948) to the turn of the twenty-first century, with, of course, a strong focus on "the long sixties" (1957-1974).
FORTY laptops, 45 computers and 40 printers have been donated to Bahrain University's English department as part of a unity campaign.
She chairs the English department, advises the school newspaper, helped start a student radio program, and was the first teacher in her district to receive National Board Certification.
A National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS)-certified teacher and an 11-year veteran of teaching, Wessling is chairwoman of Johnston High School's English Department.
Rana Qasas, Head of English Department, chaired the agency's daily editorial meeting and discussed a number of issues on the agenda.
faces of six volunteers from the English department and six from the Science department who all read Bright Star by John Keats and To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell.
His visit on September 15 was organised by the college's English department, run by Paul Happ.
Does it matter or does it matter really if it is English Department or Department of Studies in English?