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janice-marina-award-image-twitterThe School of Continuing Studies announced the winners of two creative writing awards at a reception held on June 22nd. Congratulations to Jordan Chiang for winning the Janice Colbert Poetry Award and to Clarisse Baleja Saidi and Caroline Gill for…
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eulogy launch books croppedOn June 4th, the School of Continuing Studies celebrated the launch of Eulogy,  the debut novel by Creative Writing instructor Ken Murray. Ken started his journey with the School as a student in 2004, completing the Creative Writing certificate in…
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utm-grad-image-v1memIt’s convocation season at the University of Toronto! In special recognition of the accomplishments of the class of 2015, the School of Continuing Studies offers a $750 credit to use towards any of its courses. Alumni have up to 24…
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award-image-poetry-newsplusThe School of Continuing Studies is pleased to announce the finalists for the Janice Colbert Poetry Award: Osa Campbell, Jordan Chiang, and Alanna Schiffer. Each year, the Janice Colbert Poetry Award recognizes a talented poet registered in the School’s creative…
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The Marina Nemat Creative Writing Award Finalists with SCS logoThe School of Continuing Studies is proud to announce the finalists for the 2015 Marina Nemat Award: Clarisse Baleja Saidi, Caroline Gill, Allan Gurney and Derek Mascarenhas. The $1,000 Marina Nemat Award is given annually to the outstanding final project…
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