The English Graduate Association (EGA) is a representative organization comprising all graduate students in the Department of English in Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts. EGA’s mission is to represent, advocate on behalf of, and provide social and professional development programming for its members.
All graduate students in the Department of English are considered members of EGA.
Our organization is designed to:
Provide departmental, committee, and University council representation
Organize activities for personal and professional development
Act as an advocate for our membership within and outside the University
Provide a forum in which to discuss the concerns of our members
EGA organizes several programs and events throughout the year, including the Southeastern Liberal Arts Research Conference (SELARC), an annual regional conference hosted by EGA.
EGA For You
EGA has assembled a helpful collection of resources and links to help you as a student, a teacher, and more! Be it tips to writing a seminar paper, examples of ePortfolios, or classroom activities to try with your students, EGA has you covered. Grad school is hard, but you don't have to figure it all out alone!
The path to finishing your degree is not always straightforward or clear, so EGA is here to put up some signposts! Whether you're pursuing a Master's or a Doctorate degree, new or returning, these guides will walk you through each track, step by step, so you know what you need to do and when!
The Southeastern Liberal Arts Research Conference (SELARC) is an annual regional conference hosted by EGA at Auburn University. SELARC is a welcoming environment to share work and ideas and meet and work with rising and established scholars across the disciplines.