Student Work & Research
We sponsor two student-e
dited publications representing the best of student fiction and nonfiction.
Marymount’s prime location in the Washington area provides access to a variety of resources that enhance the educational experience for those studying English and Literature. Research Facilities available include:
- Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC): Marymount belongs to WRLC, the Washington area’s consortium of university libraries, which includes Georgetown University, the Catholic University of America, Americ
an University, Gallaudet University, George Mason University, George Washington University, and the University of the District of Columbia. The WRLC makes the shared resources of these institutions easily available to all Marymount students. Not only can you request materials through our library, you can also check materials out directly by visiting in person. Just remember your MUID card!
Student-Faculty Research Projects
Students also work with faculty in one-on-one research projects. Recently, students have worked with English faculty on an archival project at the Library of Congress investigating how Anglo-American and Mexican-American women wrote about historical events, and a federally-funded digital project creating an open-access anthology of literature for classroom use.
"My experience at Marymount helped me learn how to maintain an active drive and determination to achieve my goals. I had some difficult moments while working towards my degree, and many times it would have been easier to give up; but the programs, support of staff, and professors at Marymount helped me keep sight of what I wanted to achieve."
--Angela White (Class of '14), Metadata Writer with Crawford Media Services