Grad.Salon – eLearning via SCAD Connect Grad.Salon is an interdisciplinary event that gives graduate students the opportunity to showcase their in-process thesis or final project. The salon will feature 3 or 4 presenters who may talk about their research, studio work, or both. Feedback from students and faculty from various backgrounds is highly encouraged. This is a […]

This just in: Down & Out Books publishes latest novel by SCAD Writing Professor George Williams. The day Zoë turns fifteen, she ditches high school in Chandler, Arizona, and is picked up by Skelton, an elderly man driving a step van turned laboratory. He promises to teach the girl all he knows if Zoë trusts him to […]

Meet SCAD Writing Professor Jonathan Rabb and listen to him read from his new, acclaimed novel, Among the Living. “Jonathan Rabb is one of my favorite writers, a highly gifted heart-wise storyteller if ever there was one.” —David McCullough, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award recipient   10/22/16                Savannah, GA: Book Lady Bookstore/Signing at 12:00 pm 10/24/16                Houston, TX: […]

Alumna Megan Balser (B.F.A., 2014) was featured on the SCAD Works blog about her position with the Lexington Foundation. Alumnus Jonathan Buckley (B.F.A., 2014) has written features for Broadly, including “Justin Bobby from ‘The Hills’ is still a man who wears boots to the beach.” Alumna Brianna Howarth (B.F.A., 2016) was featured in an article […]

SCAD Atlanta student media had another award-winning year. Not only did numerous writers, illustrators and photographers win individual awards, but SCAD Atlanta Student Radio, SCAN Magazine, and The Connector also won awards. President Wallace discussed these accolades in her latest email to the SCAD Family: “The results from the 2016 Society for Collegiate Journalists‘ national […]

Graduate writing student Scott Russell will join the Paste staff in June as their full time news editor.  He is currently interning at Paste and has been doing a lot of writing. Graduate writing student Joanna Kauffmann is interning at Atlanta Food Walks. As part of this internship, Joanna traveled to the Bahamas and the […]

The NYU Writers in New York summer program accepted Savannah graduate student Amie Flanagan for the May 23-June 16 session. The Big Roundtable published “Notes From My Suicide” by Kenneth Rosen (B.F.A., 2014). Savannah graduate student Anne Royan won a 2016 AWP Intro Journals award in the creative nonfiction category for “Borrowed Gardens.” She is […]

GOOD NEWS! Two SCAD writing students have been nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project Award: Tonesa Jones for her short story, “Summer of the Frogs” Anne Royan for her piece of creative nonfiction, “Borrowed Gardens.” The pieces will compete with other nominated work from around the country for $100 honorariums in fiction and creative nonfiction, and for publication in […]

Savannah accolades

September 26, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Zara Bell (B.F.A., writing, current student) published an article on the Textile Society of America Conference to be held in Savannah, Georgia. Writing department chair Beth Concepción, Ph.D., was one of six members of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication to be selected to participate in the 2015-16 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in […]

Jonathan Buckley (B.F.A., 2014) wrote a dating article for Purple fashion magazine. Nick Dephtereos (B.F.A., 2014) won Honorable Mention in the North Country Writers Contest in Northern New York. Sarah Hunt (M.F.A., 2011) was selected as the Savannah Technical College 2015 Instructor of the Year and is the college’s Rick Perkins Award winner. In The […]

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