Sigma Tau Delta will sponsor its Fifth Annual MUSE Undergraduate Literary Conference on Saturday, October 3, 2009. Students who are presenting papers have already been notified of their acceptance, but you don’t have to present a paper to attend. RSVP to email@example.com to be able to attend all the student presentations, panels, and keynote speech. It’s free for IWU students, but you do need to reserve space.
This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Eric Rabkin, who teaches Science Fiction at the University of Michigan and maintains the award-winning University of Michigan Fantasy and Science Fiction Web Site. The title of his talk is “The Nature of Character: Science Fiction Speaks of the Soul.”
Three panels on Graduate School, English Education, and Technical Writing and Publishing will allow students to access basic information that can help them when it comes time to take that next step, and maybe even do a little networking. Students presenting papers from from a number of universities.