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Facilitators needed for First Year Reading Initiative - 2012 Fall Welcome August 28th. 

We are still looking for volunteers for the 2012 First Year Reading Initiative Fall Welcome event. This year's book is 10,000 Saints by our very own Department of Writing faculty member Eleanor Henderson.  This excellent novel was included in the New York Times list of Top 5 fiction for 2011.  The first activity for our FYRI includes small group discussions with incoming students just before classes start on the morning of August 28th during Fall Welcome.  We are looking for a few more staff, faculty, administrator, or alumni volunteers who are interested in facilitating these discussions with our new students.  

Please click here to sign up and I'll get you your book asap. 

For your information, in a few weeks we will start a short series of summer book discussions hosted by Nick Kowalczyk (Writing) and Chris Holmes (English) - snacks and drinks provided.  These are completely optional. 

July 25th

1-2:30pm Nick Kowalczyk; Taughannock Falls Room

August 1st

1-2:30pm Chris Holmes; Taughannock Falls Room

August 8th

1-2:30pm Chris Holmes; Taughannock Falls Room

There is also a prep session to get everyone up to speed on logistics of the FYRI Fall Welcome Event. 

Aug 21st

1-3:30 Prep Session with Nick Kowalczyk and Shaianne Osterreich; Clark Lounge

If you have any FYRI questions please do not hesitate to contact Shaianne Osterreich, Associate Director of the Integrated Core Curriculum. 


Have you read 10,000 Saints by Eleanor Henderson yet? Sign-up to facilitate First Year Reading Initiative student discussions and get your copy!  | 0 Comments |
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