Multilingual Matters Press has announced a publication date for L&L’s Tammy Gregersen’s new co-authored book, Capitalizing on Language Learners’ Individuality: From Premise to Practice.
Wiley Publishing has named L&L’s Adrienne Lamberti (along with Anne Richards of Kennesaw State University) as editors of a new book series, Engineering Transformation: Conflict, Crisis, Adaptation. She has also being recognized by ISU with an Alumni Recognition Award.
The Final Thursday Reading Series, hosted by L&L's Jim O'Loughlin, is back for a 13th season with a great lineup of regional creative writers.
L&L students and faculty discuss Camp Multimedia, a digital skills-based summer camp for middle school students. This year's camp featured specializations in Animation, Video Podcasting, and Video Game Design.
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Check out the Investigation Discovery channel on Wed., June 12 at 8 p.m. L&L's Scott Cawelti is among those interviewed for a episode of "Most Likely To..." on Jerry Mark and the Mark Family Murders (the subject of Scott Cawelti's book, Brother's Blood). Click here to preview the episode.