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.
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."
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).
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 […]
Student Spotlight: Q&A with International Grad Student & Red Hat Intern, Sayee Jadhav
Meet Sayee Jadhav, an international student in her second year of the M.S. in Technical Communication program. Although COVID-19 disrupted much of the normal student life on campus, Jadhav offered us some time away from her teaching assistant responsibilities to […]
Submit Your Stories to the 2020 NC State Fiction Contest
Drawing more than 300 entrants last year, the NC State Fiction Contest is one of the largest free-to-enter writing contests in the South.
Wolfpack Writers: Beth Revis
We caught up with English alumna Beth Revis to learn more about her book “Bid My Soul Farewell.”
Faculty Notes For July/August 2020
CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson was a featured guest as part of a discussion series sponsored by the Middle East/North Africa Writing Centers Alliance, which took place online on August 25 from Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman. Anson discusses teaching […]
Wolfpack Writers: Jason Erik Lundberg
We caught up with English alumnus Jason Erik Lundberg to learn more about his novel "A Fickle and Restless Weapon."
Welcome Our New Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
Cadwell Turnbull joins the Department of English as an assistant professor in the area of creative writing and fiction.