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Writing Resources. The Department of English have developed a range of simple resources to help anyone improve the quality of their writing. The advice is intended not just to help with academic work but also fiction, journalism and all forms of prose.
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Write your department's mission, which succinctly defines its educational and professional focus, in Mission and Program Goals. Then write your overall program goals, and indicate any changes in priorities since the last annual report.Read More
The first step in writing a strategic plan for your department is to pay attention to your company’s overall strategic plan. You want to make sure the plans align. The steps in creating a plan for a department are the same as for an overall strategic plan, but the mission statement, vision, SWOT analysis, goals, objectives, and so on are specific to only the people in your department.Read More
Research Proposals. The following remarks are intended to help those applying for a place to study for the PhD, as well as those applying for a place on one of the Faculty’s MPhil courses. They are also intended to help with subsequent applications to funding bodies.Read More
Get detailed information about how to write a business plan on the Start Up Donut website. Why you need a business plan A business plan is a written document that describes your business.Read More
Jack Lynch is an associate professor in the English department of Rutgers University, and the materials published here are based on the notes he uses for his English classes. So, it is perfect guidance for writing academic essays and anything else for school or work.Read More
Writing letters today is pretty similar to twenty years ago, but it is a little more special. Why? You took the time to get off the computer and actually mail the letter. This makes your letter just a little bit more special to your recipient. Knowing how to write an English letter can help you get a job, form stronger relationships and much.Read More
How to write a perfect professional email in English in 5 steps. Follow these five simple steps to make sure your English emails are perfectly professional. Begin with a greeting Thank the recipient State your purpose Add your closing remarks End with a closing. Wil.Read More
How to write a great English proposal. Wil. Proposals can seem tricky to write. You need to be persuasive and make people see why your idea is worthwhile, but at the same time you don’t want people to think you are forcing them to agree with you. Follow these simple guidelines to make your proposals effective without being too pushy.Read More
The many talented, hard-working and ambitious Majors in the Department's multi-year English Honors Program (EHP), of which a dozen or so write senior honors theses each year, doing pre-professional research and writing in one-on-one tutorials with faculty mentors.Read More
English Department Welcome to the Department of English! With more than 50 full-time faculty representing five fields, we are the largest academic department on campus, yet we still have some of the smallest class sizes for undergraduate courses. This unique position allows us to develop inclusive experiences with language and literacy, as we.Read More