This event is the second of a three-part “How To” series during March and April, 2021. Organized by the English department Creatives intern team, the series offers students a forum to discuss publishing internships, networking, graduate school, and job search strategies.
Galicia graduated from UWGB in Spring 2020 with a BA in Creative Writing and English Literature and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She is now in her second semester of the Library Science and Information Graduate School program at UW Madison. She will share her experiences in applying and getting accepted into a top-tier graduate program.
To attend this session, please RSVP here: How to Navigate Grad School Applications with Gloria Galicia
About the University of Wisconsin Green Bay:
The University of Wisconsin Green Bay is located on the outskirts of Green Bay, Wisconsin. The campus was founded in 1965 and currently offers 48 different majors and minors for students.
The English Department and Writing and Applied Arts program offer various literature and writing based courses, from World and American Literature to the hands-on Sheepshead Review practicum and Teaching Press. For more information contact Rebecca Meacham, Co-Chair of English and Director, Writing and Applied Arts.