Heather Treseler (English) has an essay, “The Subjective Correlative: the Poet as Pedagogue,” featured in the newest issue of The Worcester Review. (Volume 35, Michael Harper, Sacred Geometries, guest-edited by Anthony Walton and Elizabeth Muther of Bowdoin College)
In addition, Treseler recently joined the contributors to this edition on a panel about Michael Harper’s legacy as a African American poet, two-time National Book Award nominee, and professor of literature and writing at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The event was sponsored by the Worcester County Poetry Association.
Graduate Nursing Students Present at Community Engagement Event
Two current students and two graduates of the Worcester State University Master of Science in Nursing Program (Community/Public Health Nursing Clinical Specialty Track), presented their research at . . .