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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Faculty News for April 2023
HUILING DING Huiling Ding wrote the foreword for Embodied Environmental Risk in Technical Communication: Problems and Solutions Toward Social Sustainability (Routledge, 2022). With Yeqing Kong, Ding wrote the introduction to the Special Issue on Intercultural Participatory Risk Communication About COVID-19: […]
Behind the Camera
Film studies alumnus Kieran Moreira’s path to a picture-perfect career started at NC State and led to professional success creating videos for tech companies and indie films.
Faculty Notes for March 2023
CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson’s chapter “The Multidimensional Variables of Writing Program Development and Sustainability” was published in English and Spanish in the volume Centros y Programas en Latinoamérica: Opciones Teóricas y Pedagógicas Para la Enseñanza de la Escritura Disciplinar [The […]
How is AI Changing How We Write and Create?
Three English professors offer insights on artificial intelligence’s impact on writing, art, creativity, authenticity and more.
Faculty Notes for February 2023
CHRIS ANSON On February 16 at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Chicago, Chris Anson spoke on a panel on the ethics of text recycling (when academics re-use all or parts of previous publications in further publications). Anson […]
Faculty Notes for January 2023
CHRIS ANSON On January 15 and 16, Chris Anson conducted a program review of the Department of English, Rhetoric, and Humanistic Studies and the Institute Writing Program at Virginia Military Institute. PAUL COLBY Paul Colby officially launched his fiction Substack, Borderline […]