Sharon Setzer, Paul Fyfe and Sharon Joffe — three of the project members working on the virtual reconstruction of Queen Victoria’s lost garden pavilion — presented their work in a poster session at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, Canada, in June. The project is a joint collaboration between the Department of English (project members: Tony Harrison, Sharon Setzer, Paul Fyfe, and Sharon Joffe) and the Department of Art and Architecture (project members: David Hill, Andrew McCall, and Christopher Isley). For more information on the project, please visit the project website: http://pavilion.wordpress.ncsu.edu/.
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Sarah Grunder Ruiz, 2018 NC State MFA fiction graduate, is a rising tide. Despite teaching full-time and anticipating the release of her debut novel, she still makes the time to pop up in zoom windows, sharing detailed slides and advice with current MFA students. Projecting organization and endless calm, she raises all ships, generously and freely sharing what she’s learned about writing and publishing, post-MFA.