Stories From 2020

Dec 11, 2020

Wolfpack Writers: Tyree Daye

We caught up with English alumnus Tyree Daye to learn more about his second collection "Cardinal."

Dec 1, 2020

Graduate Student Notes for November 2020

Michael Ivory, Jr. (MFA) presented “Mad Science: A Brief Survey of Medical Bias in Superhero Origin Stories” at the National Black Writers Conference earlier this month.  

Dec 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for November 2020

PAUL FYFE Paul Fyfe published a review of Literature, Print Culture, and Media Technologies, 1880-1900: Many Inventions by Richard Menke (Cambridge UP, 2019) in Media History (2020). He also gave a Faculty Speaker Series lecture, “Unruly Britannia: Teaching and Learning Victorian Studies in 2020,” […]

Nov 9, 2020

Student Spotlight: NDS to MSTC Graduate Student, Maggie Thompson

Meet Maggie Thompson, a full-time employee at NC State University who began her experience with us as a Non-Degree Studies (NDS) student and transitioned to a part-time graduate student of the M.S. in Technical Communication program. Despite her busy schedule […]

Nov 1, 2020

Graduate Student Notes for October 2020

Two MA/Literature concentration students delivered papers at the Southeastern Renaissance Conference, which was held at Mercer University: Meg Sanders, “’The house received all ornaments to grace it:’ Cavendish, Lanyer and the Cavalier Ideal of Bonum Vitae.” Madison Storrs, “Come Dawn: Reframing […]

Nov 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for October 2020

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson conducted a virtual review of the portfolio assessment program at the University of St. Joseph, September 24–25. Anson — along with co-authors Susanne Hall, Michael Pemberton, and Cary Moskovitz — published “Reuse in STEM Research Writing: […]

Oct 20, 2020

Professor Paul Fyfe Brings a Humanistic Approach to Data

English professor Paul Fyfe explains how his course is helping students develop critical data literacy — while seeing how data impacts their own lives and the world.

Oct 9, 2020

Wolfpack Writers: Jill McCorkle

We caught up with Jill McCorkle, a professor of the practice and mentor in NC State’s Department of English, to learn more about her novel "Hieroglyphics."

Oct 5, 2020

How Steak-umm Became a Social Media Phenomenon During the Pandemic

Doctoral student Ekaterina Bogomoletc explains how a brand of frozen meat products took social media by storm (and why that matters).

Oct 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for September 2020

DAUN DAEMON On September 9, Daun Daemon’s poem “Well-bred” was published in 45 Magazine: Women’s Literary Journal. HUILING DING As an invited speaker, Huiling Ding discussed “Job Search 2.0 in an Algorithmic World: Practice of and Issues with AI-Augmented Candidate Screening” at the […]