Gian S. Pagnucci, Ph.D.
Department of English
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

     


Gian Pagnucci

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania

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English Department Calendar of Events

English Department Calendar - Fall 2008

Department Meetings

  • Dec. 1 (Mon.) 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Department Meeting

Departmental Deadlines

  • Nov. 7 (Fri.) Observation Reports due for 1 year, temporary faculty, and 5th year review faculty

English Events and Speakers

  • Dec. 10 (Wed.) 5 p.m. Pizza and a Book Club Event 2
    • Thanks to Sue Johnson, Jo-Anne Kerr, Chris Kuipers, Gian Pagnucci, Resa Bizzaro, and Pat Bizzaro for working on this.

IUP and Indiana Events and Speakers

  • Nov. 13 (Thur.) 6:00-8:00 p.m. Blink Table Talks in the HUB
  • Nov. 15 (Sat.) Deadline to complete health assessment for Healthy U program to keep insurance premiums from going up
  • Dec. 14 (Sun.) IUP Commencement
    • Nov. 10 (Mon.) Regalia and hood orders due at Co-op Store to be in time for Dec. 14 Commencement

Conferences


English Department History - Fall 2008

Previous Department Meetings

  • Sep. 3rd (Wed.) 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Department Meeting
  • Sep. 8 (Mon.) 12:15-1:15 p.m. New Faculty English Orientation Meeting
    • Thanks to Mike M. Williamson, Ben Rafoth, Dan Tannacito, and Gian Pagnucci for working on this.
  • Sep. 19th (Fri.) Retreat at College Lodge
    • Thanks especially to Wendy Carse, Sue Welsh, Mike M. Williamson, and Gian Pagnucci for working on this.
  • Oct. 8 (Wed.) 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Department Meeting (date moved from Oct. 1!)
  • Nov. 5 (Wed.) 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Department Meeting

Previous Department Deadlines

  • Aug. 26 (Tue.) AWE forms due to Esther
    • Thanks to Esther Beers for working on this.
  • Oct. 1 (Wed.) 2-5 year probationary faculty files due
  • Oct. 10 (Wed.) Observation Reports due for 2-5 probationary faculty (most important deadline this semester)
  • Oct. 17 (Fri.) Evaluation Report drafts due

Previous English Events and Speakers

  • Sep. 24 (Wed.) @ 3:45 p.m. Chris Kuipers "Canon Metaphors" in Nicholson Library--Part of the IUP English Colloquium Series
    • Thanks to Cheryl Wilson and Chris Kuipers for working on this.
  • Oct. 2 (Thur.) @ 12:00 Noon IRB Workshop by Michael M. Williamson in 134 Keith Hall
    • Thanks to Mike M. Williamson for working on this.
  • Oct. 2-4 (Thur.-Sat.) NCTE IUP will be selling mardi gras beads in the Oak Grove--Please stop by and give them a little financial support!
  • Oct. 3 (Fri.) 3:30 Dr. Caroline Vickers will be presenting in Leo. 218
    • The title of her talk is: "Expertise, Control, and Second Language Use"
    • 3.30 pm – 4.30 p.m.: Presentation and data workshop
    • 4.30 pm – 5.00 p.m.: Reception with light refreshments
  • Oct. 7 (Tue.) @ 1:00 p.m. Lilia Savova "Effective Use of Textbooks" in Nicholson Library--Part of the IUP English Colloquium Series
    • Thanks to Cheryl Wilson and Lilia Savova for working on this.
  • Oct. 15 (Wed.) @ 7:00 p.m. Scrabble-a-Thon presented by Sigma Tau Delta in Leonard 105
  • Oct. 15 (Wed.) @ 3:35 p.m. Eric Meljac "J.M. Coetzee and the Art of Evil" in Nicholson Library--Part of the IUP English Colloquium Series
    • Thanks to Cheryl Wilson and Eric Meljac for working on this.
  • Oct. 27 (Mon.) @ 9:00 a.m. Tom Slater will be interviewing novelist/director Philippe Claudel about his novel By a Slow River
    • Thanks to Tom Slater for working on this.
  • Oct. 28 (Tue.) @ 6:00 p.m. "Zombie Workshop: Zombies in Films and Novels" presented by Dr. Wendy Carse in Leonard Hall Room 105
    • Halloween snacks provided.
    • Dressing as a zombie is optional
    • Sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta
  • Oct. 29 (Wed.) Celebrating Literacies II at the HUB
    • Keynote Speaker: Sara Holbrook
    • Thanks to Sue Johnson for working on this.
  • Oct. 30 (Thur.) @ 2:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. B. Johnstone (Prof. of Rhetoric and Linguistics from CMU, Editor of "Language in Society," and author of the highly acclaimed Discourse Analysis) will lecture at the HUB Monogahela Room on:
    • The title of Dr. Johnstone's talk is: "Interactivity and Expertise in Media Representations of Dialect"
    • Thanks to Sharon Deckert for working on this.
  • Nov. 3 (Mon.) from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Identity Research in Language and Education: Perspectives and Directions (an IUP English Department Colloquium) in Nicholson Library
    • Presented by Sharon Deckert, Marlen Harrison, Gloria Park, and Lisya Seloni
    • Refreshments will be provided
    • Email kmym@iup.edu for more details
  • Nov. 5 (Wed.) 5 p.m. Pizza and a Book Club Event!
    • Thanks to Sue Johnson, Jo-Anne Kerr, Chris Kuipers, Gian Pagnucci, Resa Bizzaro, and Pat Bizzaro for working on this.
  • Nov. 10 (Mon.) Visit by CHSS Young Alum Award Winner and former IUP English major Dr. Laurie Cannady (now a Lock Haven Assistant Professor)

Previous IUP and Indiana Events and Speakers

  • Oct. 1 (Wed.) 7 p.m. in Fisher Auditorium: IUP Endowed Lecture with Political Commentators James Carville and Mary Matalin--Tickets Available at the HUB Front Desk
  • Oct. 4 (Sat.) IUP Homecoming
    • 10 a.m. Homecoming Parade
  • Oct. 5 @ 7 p.m., Oct. 12 @ 7 p.m., Oct. 19 @ 6 p.m., & Oct. 26 @ 6 p.m.(all on Sun.'s) 5th Annual LGBT Film Festival -screenings in Sprowls Hall's McVitty Auditorium
    • Thanks to Lynne Alvine for working on this.
  • Oct. 6 (Mon.) PA Voter Registration Deadline
    • Thanks to Melissa Rogers and VoteIUP for working on this.
  • Oct. 9 (Thur.) @ 4 p.m. Women's Studies Forum "What's on Your Mind?" in McElhaney 104
    • Socializing and cookies starts at 4:00
    • Forum at 4:30
    • Thanks to Chauna Craig for working on this.
  • Oct. 9 (Thur.) @ 10 a.m. Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex Groundbreaking, Wayne Avenue site
  • Oct. 10 (Fri.) Visit to IUP by makers of RoadTrip Nation
  • Oct. 18 (Sat.) @ 3:00 p.m. The IUP Department of Theater and Dance is coordinating a memorial service on Saturday, Oct. 18 at 3 p.m. for Ryan Winder, a senior theatre major who passed away at his home in Hatfield on June 11. The service will be held on the steps of Waller Hall.
  • Oct. 18 (Sat.) Academic Expo Program
  • Oct. 30 (Thur.) @ 7:00 p.m. Halloween Film Festival presented by the IUP Film Club in Pratt Auditorium
    • Nosferatu at 7:00 p.m.
    • Carnival of Souls @ 8:30 p.m.
    • Night of the Living Dead @ 10:00 p.m.
  • Oct. 30 (Thur.) The IUP Center for Northern Appalachian Studies is holding a symposium on “The Future of Energy in the Northern Appalachian Region” in the Susquehanna Room of the HUB
    • Events go all day from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • Oct. 31 (Fri.) @ 7:00 p.m. Poetry Reading Series "I Speak the Password Primeval" @ The Commonplace Coffeehouse
    • Curated by Edward J. Carvalho
    • Readings by Edward J. Carvalho and Angel Anderson
  • Nov. 1 (Sat.) Deadline to request pin to sign up for Healthy U program to keep insurance premiums from going up
  • Nov. 1 (Sat.) The Jimmy Stewart Museum is hosting a benefit screening of the new film Adopt a Sailor (cost is $50)
    • Free showing of Adopt a Sailor at 3:00 p.m. on Nov. 1
    • Opportunity after the screening to meet star Ethan Peck, producer Kim Waltrip, and writer/director Charles Evered
    • Thanks to Tom Slater for working on this.
  • Nov. 4 (Tue.) Presidential Election Day
  • Nov. 10 (Mon.) Regalia and hood orders due at Co-op Store to be in time for Dec. 14 Commencement
  • Nov. 10 (Mon.) IUP showing of original documentary RoadTrip Nation as part of National Career Development Month

Previous Conferences

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