Graduate Research Symposium Success!
Congratulations to Eric Wilbanks and Laura Zdanski, who won top honors for their research at the Graduate Research Symposium! Kudos as well to their mentors Erik Thomas and Huiling Ding. The English Department was admirably represented at this event by four graduate […]
Congrats to AEGS!
Congratulations to AEGS on a lively and engaging conference this past Saturday! The day-long symposium explored implications and applications of research “Beyond These Walls.” Ably organized by co-chairs Brooke Wallig and Karissa Wojcik and managed by a host of volunteers, the […]
Rae Meade, a second-year MA concentrating in Rhetoric and Composition, has received the University Graduate Student Association’s award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching! Chelsea Krieg, a second-year MFA concentrating in Poetry, was an honorable mention awardee. Congratulations to Rae, […]
Carolina Rhetoric Conference Participants
Kim Lilienthal, Emily Jo Schwaller and Shasta Lewis, three MA graduate students concentrating in Rhetoric and Composition, presented at the 2016 Carolina Rhetoric Conference hosted by NC State University.
Eva Liu, Conference
Eva Liu, first-year MA concentrating in Linguistics, presented “Discursive Co-construction of Returnee Applicants’ Identities in a Job-hunting Reality TV Show” at (Un)Stable Identities: How the Self is Forged and Found in Greensboro, NC on March 19, 2016.
Rae Meade, Award Nominee
Rae Meade, a second-year MA concentrating in Rhetoric and Composition, has been nominated for the Excellence in Graduate Teaching Awards. Rae will be recognized at the March 22nd ceremony for Excellence in Classroom Teaching. Congratulations, Rae!
Michael Seebold, World Literature
Michael Seebold, a second-year MA concentrating in World Literature, is directing and producing Lord Byron’s Cain (1821) at Burning Coal Theatre, March 17th, 18th and 20th. Admission is free and open to the public and seats can be reserved in advance through the event page: http://lordbyroncain.weebly.com/. […]
Jesse McDowell, Conference
Second-year MA American and British Literature student, Jesse McDowell, presented his paper, “Scribes and Their Studiers: A Social History of the Old English Boethius Manuscripts” at the Cornell University Medieval Studies Student Colloquium on February 20th, 2016.
Grace Taylor, Conference
First-year MA Rhetoric and Composition student, Grace Taylor, presented her paper, “Latino/a Students and College Composition: Assumptions and Communication” at the 16th Annual UNC- Charlotte Graduate Student Conference Culture and Contact in Charlotte, NC, on February 5th, 2016.
Melody Owens, Conference
First-year MA Rhetoric and Composition student, Melody Owens, presented her paper, “Linguistic Diversity in the Classroom: An exploration of the Pedagogy of Contrastive Analysis” at the 16th Annual UNC-Charlotte Graduate Student Conference Culture and Contact in Charlotte, NC, on February […]