(Oct. 7, 2010)--The UTSA Department of English Creative Writing Program will present poet Frank Rogaczewski as the first speaker of the year in the Fall 2010 Creative Writing Reading Series at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 8 in the Business Building University Room (2.06.04), UTSA Main Campus. Free and open to the public, Rogaczewski will read from his book of prose poetry, "The Fate of Humanity in Verse."
A featured poet in the book "Vectors: New Poetics," Rogaczewski's poems also have appeared in journals such as Notre Dame Review, Denver Quarterly, ACM, Samidat, Blue Sky Review and Oyez Review.
Rogaczewski received his doctoral degree in creative writing from the University of Illinois and teaches in the M.F.A. program at Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Established in 1983, the UTSA Creative Writing Reading Series hosts public readings by poets and fiction writers who visit classes and meet with UTSA students to discuss their writing. Visiting writers have included Mary Oliver, Ernest Gaines, Tobias Wolff, Denise Levertov, Alberto Rios, Pat Mora, Diane Wakoski, Edward Hirsch and many others.
The UTSA community welcomes students to their on-campus home! Laurel Village, Chaparral Village and Alvarez Hall are home for 2,300 students during the academic year, and Move-In event kicks off the start of Roadrunner Days.
Laurel Village, Chaparral Village, Alvarez Hall, Main Campus
The College of Engineering hosts this seminar featuring Jeff Adams, Southwest Zone Quality Manager, Siemens Building Technologies Division. The event is free and open to the public.
Engineering Building (EB 3.04.30), Main Campus
This is a terrific opportunity for incoming transfer students to network with staff that serve our veteran, non-traditional, and transferring students, as well as meet transfer peer mentors who can help answer questions about UTSA.
Main Building ground floor lobby, Main Campus
After a day full of moving and getting settled into their new UTSA home, students and their families can have some refreshments and snacks at the Welcome Back Reception. The event tops off with the premiere performance of the Spirit of San Antonio, UTSA's Marching Band.
University Center Paseo, Main Campus
Can you survive the library wilderness? As a part of Roadrunner Days, UTSA Libraries is hosting a mobile adventure for you to play and find out more about the library!
John Peace Library, 2nd floor, Main Campus
Come meet your UTSA Volleyball Team as they gear up for the 2017 season! The game begins at 5 p.m. then the team will hold an autograph and photo session after the game.
Convocation Center, Main Campus
This engaging discussion pulls back the covers on hooking up, clarifying when it’s actually sexual violence and how bystanders can protect potential victims from predators.
University Center, Retama Auditorium (UC 2.02.02), Main Campus
Late Night at the Rec is an awesome UTSA tradition that transforms a standard information session into an exciting night of fun. At this annual event, you’ll be able to learn about our facilities, recreation programs, and wellness services offered at Main and Downtown Campuses.
Recreation and Wellness Center, Main Campus
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