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Chair of the Department of English, Norman Golar is originally from Chicago, Illinois where he attended and graduated from King College Prep High School (formerly Martin L. King, Jr. High School). He graduated from The University of Alabama with his Ph.D. in English (concentration: composition, rhetoric, and English studies). Golar also received his M.F.A. and B.A. in creative writing: the master’s from The University of Alabama and the bachelor’s from Knox College (Galesburg, Illinois). He began his tenure at Stillman College in the fall of 2010. He teaches general education courses in English and upper level English courses.
Personal Narratives Narrative Poetry Poetry (general) Fiction (short story) Collaborative Pedagogy Computers and Technology
“Personal Narratives for Students, Practitioners, and Scholars.” (Presentation) 22nd Annual Research Network Forum, 60th Annual Conference on College Composition and Communication, Hilton San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, March 2009
“The New Work of Peer Revision: Utilizing Online Peer Critiqueto Improve Student Writing.” (Panel presentation). Thomas R.Watson Conference, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, October 2008
140th Commencement 1876 - 2016
Date: May 7, 2016 @ 9AM
Location: Stillman Stadium
Commencement Speaker Mayor Walter Maddox
On November 4, 2013, Walter Maddox was sworn in for his third term as Tuscaloosa’s 36th Mayor.
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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is scheduled to be the keynote speaker for Stillman College’s 140th anniversary celebration.
Rice will speak May 19 at 6:30 pm in Birthright Alumni Hall o...
Stillman Community, Please join us for our Religious Emphasis Series, next Wednesday and Thursday, March 9-10. The services will be held at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church at 11:00 am. Our speaker will be Rev. Tyshawn Gardner, Pastor of Pl...
PIKEVILLE – The University of Pikeville will welcome the Stillman College Concert Choir, from Tuscaloosa, Ala., for a concert commemorating Black History Month. The free performance will be held Monday, Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Booth Auditorium.