Your gifts to the Department of English’s various funds help to extend the rich rewards of English studies to students and faculty at UNL.
As one of the most vibrant and diverse departments in the university, English Department has a long-standing commitment to foster innovative scholarship and teaching, that is: to intellectual, creative, and pedagogical activities that enhance the capacity of our students to respond critically and imaginatively to a diverse range of texts and media and the lives they reflect.
Ways to Give
Supports a range of department programs and student needs: assistance to undergraduate and graduate students, writing and scholarship awards, visiting lecturers and writers, and special opportunities for the department and the community.
This fund supports UNL English graduate students, especially those in financial need or hardship, in a variety of ways, such as by making books available.
Honoring the legacy of alumna and lifelong learner Joy Currie, Ph.D., this fund pays for graduate students' conference fees and some of the other costs associated with presenting at conferences.
This fund supports UNL English graduate students in financial need or hardship, while honoring the legacy of Dr. Dudley Bailey, longtime beloved professor.
This fund honors the legacy of former UNL English professor and gay rights activist Dr. Louis Crompton, who was instrumental in establishing LGBTQ studies not only at UNL and but also as a field of national and international significance.
These fellowships provide advanced doctoral students with funding and a temporary release from the regular teaching course load while they start work on their dissertations.
To view more funds benefiting the Department of English, visit the University of Nebraska Foundation website.
Thank you for your support!