College signs creative writing articulation agreement with University of Wisconsin—Superior; followed by Associate in Fine Arts reading
April 21, 2017
Anoka-Ramsey Community College will host an Associate in Fine Arts in Creative Writing Reading immediately after finalizing a writing program articulation agreement with University of Wisconsin (UW)—Superior, Wednesday, April 26, starting at 3 pm in the Coon Rapids Campus Riverview Room.
The agreement will allow graduating Anoka-Ramsey’s Creative Writing Associate of Fine Arts students to seamlessly transfer into UW—Superior’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Writing program. The agreement works across state boundaries to allow students to use technology to complete their BA by taking online and or seated classes on the Wisconsin campus.
The signing and celebration will begin at 3 pm in the Anoka-Ramsey Coon Rapids Campus Riverview Room. Dr. Brenda Harms, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management; Dr. White-Farnham, Associate Professor of Writing; and Julie Gard, Associate Professor of Writing from UW--Superior will be in attendance. President, Dr. Kent Hanson; Vice President, Dr. Deidra Peaslee; and Dean of Arts and Letters, Greg Rathert from Anoka-Ramsey will also be in attendance.
“Anoka-Ramsey is the only college in Minnesota provides students with the opportunity to complete an AFA in Creative Writing fully online,” said Anoka-Ramsey English instructor, Kathryn Kysar. “Now, with this agreement, students who are place bound due to work, family obligations, or disabilities can continue their education online. This agreement will open the door to success to students across Minnesota. As technology demands workers with creative problem-solving and written communication skills, writing programs such as these are valuable for to training students for the future’s highly skilled and flexible work force.”
Articulation Signing and Associate in Fine Arts in Creative Writing Reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
3 to 4 pm: Articulation Signing with The University Of Wisconsin-Superior
4 to 5:30 pm: Graduate Reading
Coon Rapids Campus Riverview Room
For more information, contact Kathryn Kysar at 763-433-1256 or Kathryn.Kysar@anokaramsey.edu.
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