TAYLOR UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS
TUFWC AND INDIANA READING CORPS HOST SUMMER WRITING WORKSHOP
TUFWC and IRC will hold Summer Writing Workshop, Mondays-Thursdays, June 3-13, from 9am to 11am in Founders Hall Tutorial Center. There is no cost for the workshop, enrollment is limited.
The two-week writing workshop offers children, grades 4-6, fall of 2002, the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to write and publish their own book. Skills will be developed, step-by-step, under the direction of published authors and TUFW professional writing majors Sarah Steup (graduate) and Erica Williams (current TUFW student). Dr. Dennis Hensley, associate professor of English, will be a guest speaker at the workshop one day. Putting the skills into practice, students will complete their own book by the workshop’s conclusion.
In working full-time as an author for 22 years before joining TUFW faculty, Dr. Hensley wrote six novels, five screenplays, 154 short stories, 25 nonfiction books, and more than 3,000 national newspaper and magazine features.
The workshop is free, but registration is limited. Applications will be accepted until the workshop is full. To register or for more information contact Sarah Steup at 744-8799.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TO BE HELD AT TUFWC
Commencement exercises will be held on the campus of TUFW on May 25, 2002 at 3pm in the Gerig Activities Center. Seventy young men and women will receive bachelor and associate degrees from the University. Featured speaker will be Mr. Stephen Douglass, president, Campus Crusade for Christ International.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY/PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE
IPFW SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCE HONORS LOCAL WAYNEDALE IPFW STUDENT
Matthew D. Read was presented with the Arthur W. Friedel Scholarship. His name was listed under Sociology, and Candidate for Graduation with Distinction. Matthew is the son of Dick and Barb Read of Waynedale.
LOCAL STUDENT PARTICIPATES IN UNIVERSITY MUSICAL ORCHESTRA
Gretchen Remenschneider of Waynedale played in the orchestra for the VU production of “Triumph of Love” April 26 through May 5 on the University campus. Gretchen Remenschneider played violin in the pit orchestra. Gretchen, a senior at VU, is majoring in music performance in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is a 1999 graduate of Wayne High School and is the daughter of Tom and Leslie Remenschneider of Fort Wayne.
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