Stories From 2016

Dec 31, 2016

Graduate Student Notes for December 2016

Tyree Daye has been awarded the 2017 American Poetry Review’s APR/Honickman First Book Prize for his manuscript River Hymns. The book will be published in September 2017. Two stories by Alyssa Wong have been selected for best-of anthologies: “You’ll Surely Drown Here if You Stay” […]

Dec 31, 2016

Faculty Notes for December 2016

LINDSEY ANDREWS An excerpt from Lindsey Andrews’ Letters to the Other World, about entanglement in black radical tradition and quantum physics, was published in Lute & Drum with the title “From Inside a Black Box” (!andrews/). CHRIS ANSON During the break, Chris […]

Nov 30, 2016

Graduate Student Notes for November

Hannah Williams gave two presentations recently. On November 5, she presented “Naming and Manipulated Memory: Reading Novels by O’Brien, Binet, and Vonnegut as Literary War Memorials” at the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association 27th Annual Conference in Atlantic City, New […]

Nov 30, 2016

Faculty Notes for November

BELLE BOGGS In November, Belle Boggs read and spoke on panels at the Texas Book Festival and the Miami Book Fair. Her book The Art of Waiting was chosen by O, the Oprah Magazine as a Top 10 Book of […]

Nov 23, 2016

Alumna’s Cookbook Celebrates Food of Eastern North Carolina

Before she built a hugely successful farm-to-table restaurant in Kinston, N.C., and became the star of a PBS documentary series on her life in the kitchen and as the mother of two young children, alumna Vivian Howard dreamed of becoming a food writer.

Nov 14, 2016

Alumni Achievements, Service Honored at 2016 Evening of Stars

The NC State Alumni Association recently recognized three Humanities and Social Sciences graduates for outstanding achievements and service in their careers, communities and beyond.

Nov 7, 2016

Student of the Month: Alexandra Goodfred

Alexandra Goodfred is a senior with anthropology and English majors, and a French minor. She interns with a Raleigh book publisher, is Anthropology Club president, and is in the Scholars Program. She has studied abroad in Thailand and the U.K., and looks forward to a career in publishing.

Nov 1, 2016

Graduate Student Notes for October 2016

Heather Bowlan published poems in the New Ohio Review and Sugar House Review. Stephen Carradini published “An organizational structure of indie rock musicians as displayed by Facebook usage” in the Journal of Technical Writing and Communication. The study was featured in NC State […]

Nov 1, 2016

Faculty Notes for October 2016

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson gave the keynote address, “Supporting and Assessing Critical Thinking,” at George Washington University’s annual Teaching Day on October 14. With Kathleen Blake Yancey, he also led a Saturday session on “Writing in the Disciplines, Writing in the Community” […]

Oct 27, 2016

SpeedCon Unconference 2016

The SpeedCon Unconference 2016 was a great success, with presenters and attendants from IBM, RedHat, and other companies in the RTP area.  Please join us in congratulating our officers of our Technical Communication Association (TCA), our tireless TCA faculty advisor, Julia Gonzales, […]