Stories From 2023

Dec 7, 2023


In Ukrainian, the word means “will.” Darya Levchenko ’19 MA and her fight to preserve the arts embody that spirit of Ukraine’s people.

Nov 30, 2023

Faculty Notes for November 2023

CHRIS ANSON On November 3, Chris Anson presented “Implications of the NSSE Study for Supporting Writing in All Disciplines” to the Teaching with Writing Obermann Group at the University of Iowa. HELEN BURGESS Helen Burgess presented “Empty Your Pockets: Imaginal […]

Oct 31, 2023

Faculty Notes for October

CHRIS ANSON During fall break, Chris Anson conducted an external review of the Sweetland Writing Center at the University of Michigan. DAUN DAEMON Black Coffee Review published Daun Daemon’s poem “No matter the details.” ANNA GIBSON Anna Gibson was made […]

Sep 30, 2023

Faculty Notes for September

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson and co-editors Christian Rapp, Otto Kruse, Kalliopi Benetos, Elena Cotos, Ann Devitt, and Antonette Shibani have just published their 500-page, 50-author book, Digital Writing Technologies in Higher Education: Theory, Research, and Practice (Springer). Thanks to the […]

Aug 31, 2023

Faculty Notes for July/August 2023

CHRIS ANSON In July, Chris Anson presented the findings of his survey research on students’ reuse of their own writing at the annual conference of the Council of Writing Program Administrators in Reno, Nevada. Anson and co-editor Pamela Flash received […]

Aug 14, 2023

Beyond the Story

As an art director and news editor at The Washington Post, NC State English alumnus Dwuan June leaves his imprint by visually presenting stories that are easy to understand and hard to forget.

Jul 1, 2023

Graduate Student News for May & June 2023

David Palko has accepted a position in the PhD program in English at Duke University. This summer, he will attend the University of Virginia’s Rare Book School to participate in a seminar on Law Books: History and Connoisseurship, which will […]

Jul 1, 2023

Faculty News for May & June 2023

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson, with co-authors Ian Anson and CRDM graduate Kendra Andrews, published “Teachers’ Beliefs about the Language of Peer Review: Survey-Based Evidence,” in Rethinking Peer Review: Critical Reflections on a Pedagogical Practice, edited by Phoebe Jackson and Christopher Weaver (The WAC Clearinghouse and […]

Jun 23, 2023

Middle English to Medicine

English alumnus Nathan Adams carved out a path to medical school by combining the humanities and sciences.

Jun 5, 2023

Linguistic Research Team Preserves Local Dialects and Culture

Linguists at NC State are studying language evolution in Chatham County, a historically rural area that’s on the fast track for significant growth.