Stanley Beesley Turns Master's Thesis Into Successful Writing Career

Alum Stanley Beesley's latest book was nominated for Oklahoma Book of the Year and made The Oklahoman’s best-seller list.

Writing Resources for Online Students

The OU Writing Center offers many options for distance learners looking to flex their writing chops. Read on for resources free for online students.

Class Highlight - Development and Grant Writing

Grant writing is an increasingly important professional skill to learn. This Development and Grant Writing courses break down the process step by step.

Class Highlight - Writing for Success

Have you ever received an email that seemed rude, but the sender meant to be sarcastic? Use these writing strategies to make sure you say what you mean.

5 Resources Every CLS Student Should be Using Right Now

Your course homepages received a makeover this year, and with the new additions came a number of great resources to help you as you pursue your degree.

Jennifer Kidney Joins Second Sunday Poetry Series

The work of Jennifer Kidney, freelance scholar, poet and adjunct professor, was presented last month as part of the Second Sunday Poetry series.

Class Highlight - Composition I and II

English Composition combines what you know with low stakes assignments to teach students to write effectively and think critically.

Graduate Opens Oklahoma Poetry Museum

Graduate Shaun Perkins opened the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry, a poetry museum that invites visitors to interact with and personalize poetry.

Original Poetry by Professor John Duncan

Professor John Duncan shared two of his favorite original poems as part of a larger profile piece.

Things that Go Bump in the Night

Steve Wede, a 2004 graduate, spends most of his day thinking about werewolves, vampires and other ghoulish characters.