On September 9, Daun Daemon’s poem “Well-bred” was published in 45 Magazine: Women’s Literary Journal.
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 virtual International Webinar on Linguistics, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence, which took place in August and hosted by the Haldia Institute of Technology, West Bengal, India.
Anna Gibson received a DELTA Blended Learning Grant for her HSS120: Introduction to Humanities and Social Sciences first-year course.
She also published a review essay, “The Matter of Aesthetic Experience,” (about Benjamin Morgan’s The Outward Mind) in Novel: A Forum on Fiction (53.2).
Denise Heinze’s new novel, The Brief and True Report of Temperance Flowerdew, is out from Blackstone Publishing.
Hans Kellner published “Toggling White and Ankersmit: Is There a ‘Between’ Between History and Language” in The World History Review (Chinese) (7.3), an issue on Hayden White.
Bill Lawrence successfully adapted the Young Writers Workshop to an online format this past summer. Instructors and students joined in from other states and countries. Eight guest artists included esteemed novelists, poets, and an award-winning songwriter.
Lawrence also recently published a book titled The Bell’s Book to help those afflicted with Bell’s palsy, a condition he has struggled with since 2019.
Carolyn Miller published “Exercising Genres: A Rejoinder to Anne Freadman,” an invited contribution to a special section — Reflections on “Genre as Social Action” — in volume 30 of the Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing/Rédactologie.
Juliana Nfah-Abbenyi guest edited a special issue of the Journal of the African Literature Association (14.2) titled “Fragmented Nation or the Anglophone-Francophone Problem in Cameroon.”
On September 10, Africa in Words published an interview with Nfah-Abbenyi.
Sentimentality, a new novel by Thomas Phillips, has just been released with Zagava books, in conjunction with new editions of his previous Zagava novels and
Alison Rodriguez completed training to become a 2020 VALUE Institute Certified Scorer in Written Communication.
Rodriguez has also completed the NCSU RED Core Teaching Certification for reflective teaching and learning practices.
On September 12, Caitlin Stuckey presented “Podcasting to Communicate Science: Using Citizen Science Studies” at the virtual 2020 Citizen Science in Higher Education Symposium.