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  research or scholarly production. few years despite declining English minority graduate students and has
  Putting these measuring sticks up enrollments in the nation generally. far exceeded the national average in
? against the UK Department of English The graduate program is placing its Ph.D. students. Its Ph.D.
  lately revealed some interesting facts. "particularly successful," Hemenway program in Afro-American literature is
° When Phi Beta Kappa took in new says, pointing to 47 students entering generally considered one of the five best
members last fall, 43 percent of them last fall and a rise in average GRE in the nation.
were English majors. "We hope," scores. "More than 100 students are The University Writing Center,
says department chairman Robert now enrolled," says joseph Gardner, supervised by Thomas Blues and
Hemenway, "that this reflects the director of graduate studies. The directed by Linda Combs, helps 800
quality of our teaching and the rigor of department also has enrolled nine students each semester with writing