Stories From 2022

Nov 1, 2022

Faculty Notes for October 2022

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson, along with coauthors Amy Hodges and Mysti Rudd, published a chapter titled “The Writing-Enriched Curriculum: Transnational Prospects and Challenges” in Teaching and Studying Transnational Composition, edited by Christiane Donahue and Bruce Horner (Modern Language Association). JOSIE […]

Sep 30, 2022

Faculty Notes for September 2022

PAUL BROYLES Paul Broyles’s chapter “Electronic Versioning and Digital Editions” was published in Intermediate Horizons: Book History and Digital Humanities (University of Wisconsin Press, 2022). DAUN DAEMON Remington Review has republished Daun Daemon’s poem “Please don’t cut down the cedar tree” […]

Sep 1, 2022

Faculty Notes for July/August 2022

CHRIS ANSON This summer, Chris Anson spoke about his research on student text re-use at the 13th ARLE Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus, and about the relationship between writing centers and WAC programs at the EWCA conference in Graz, Austria. Anson […]

Jul 1, 2022

Faculty Notes for May/June 2022

DAUN DAEMON On May 29,Quagmire Magazine published Daun Daemon’s short story “Every Last Thing She Has,” which was inspired by her hairdressing mama. Daemon dedicated the story to her mother, who died in April. CHRISTA GALA The Study Abroad Office […]

May 17, 2022

Emma Carter Wins Student Media’s Inaugural Phillips Award

Emma Carter, a fourth-year student studying graphic design and English, was recently awarded the inaugural Dean Phillips Award for General Excellence. The award comes with a monetary prize made possible by support for the Student Media Enhancement Fund.

Apr 30, 2022

Faculty News for April 2022

ASHLEY DAUGHTRIDGE Ashley Daughtridge has been named the Associate Director, Undergraduate Support in the First Year Writing Program, effective June 1. PAUL FYFE With Fionnuala Dillane of University College Dublin, Paul Fyfe organized and co-hosted “Multilingualism and Periodical Studies,” a half-day […]

Apr 13, 2022

Cutting Through the Noise

NC State poet and professor Eduardo C. Corral untangles the chaos of everyday life — and earns a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship for his efforts.

Apr 7, 2022

MFA Poetry Alum Wins Prestigious Writing Prize

Poet Ina Cariño, who earned their Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from NC State, is one of 10 recipients of a 2022 Whiting Award.

Apr 6, 2022

Anne Auten on the Importance of Women’s Literature

The University Honors and Scholars Program recently spoke with Anne Auten, English lecturer and TH!NK faculty fellow, about her honors seminar and women's literature.

Apr 1, 2022

Faculty Notes for March 2022

CHRIS ANSON In February, Chris Anson gave a campus-wide address at Rochester Institute of Technology on “How Threshold Concepts for Writing Across the Curriculum Can Transform Teaching.” At the CCCC convention in March, Anson and Nancy Sommers ran a virtual […]