Hannah Williams, Conference
Hannah Williams, a second-year MA student in Literature, presented ” Visions of Death: Reading Memorials to Brutality in Bierce and Crane” at the 2017 Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference in Charleston, SC on February 4, 2017.
Nupoor Jalindre, Conference
Nupoor Jalindre, second-year MS in Technical Communication graduate student, presented “Mapping Complex Information with Design” at the 2017 Carolina Rhetoric Conference in Columbia, SC on February 10, 2017.
Arthur Berger, Conference
Arthur Berger, second-year MS in Technical Communication graduate student, presented “Tracing the Boundaries of Clear Language in Federal Solicitations through Verbal Data Analysis” at the 2017 Carolina Rhetoric Conference in Columbia, SC on February 10, 2017.
2017 AEGS Conference Call for Papers
The Association of English Graduate Students (AEGS) of North Carolina State University is pleased to announce its Call for Papers for the 2017 AEGS Conference on April 1, the theme of which is “Collaborative Discourse.” This theme, as well as […]
Graduate Research Symposium Participants
The MA and MS programs are pleased to announce the participants in this year’s NC State Graduate Research Symposium: MA English Karen Eisenhauer “Directives in Disney and Pixar Movies: A Quantitative Analysis” Advisor: Agnes Bolonyai Frankie Pennington “Making a Confession: Tag Questions as […]
SpeedCon Unconference 2016
The SpeedCon Unconference 2016 was a great success, with presenters and attendants from IBM, RedHat, and other companies in the RTP area. Please join us in congratulating our officers of our Technical Communication Association (TCA), our tireless TCA faculty advisor, Julia Gonzales, […]
Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities Open House
On Monday October 3rd, Dr. Paul Fyfe hosted the Fall 2017 Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities Open House at the Rick’s Hall Circuit Studio. The event yielded a lively discussion about digital humanities across diverse academic fields. For more information about the Graduate […]
Arthur Berger, Graduate Student Research Competition Winner
Arthur Berger, a second year MS in Technical Communication student, won Second Place in the Graduate Student Research Competition at the SIGDOC Conference on September 26th in Silver Spring, MD.
Alyssa Wong, Award
We are delighted to announce that first-year MFA Fiction student, Alyssa Wong, has won the Nebula Award this year in the Best Short Story Category for “Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers.” This is a major award for Science Fiction writers. Congratulations to […]
Distinguished Capstone Awards 2016
Please join me in congratulating this year’s Distinguished Capstone Award Winners! MA English Eric Wilbanks (Jeff Mielke)Social and Structural Constraints on a Phonetically-Motivated Change in Progress: (str) Retraction in Raleigh, NC Christine Barba (Nancy Penrose)Student perceptions of standardized assessment and […]