Carrie Bekerman

Sep 30, 2014

Tell a Story, Win a Prize

Got a story to tell? Enter it in the 2014 statewide short story contest sponsored by NC State's Creative Writing Program. Monday, Oct. 13, is the postmark deadline to enter your work of fiction.

Oct 27, 2011

Hans Kellner, After Hours

  Hans Kellner, opera star? You think you know your professors. He’s the expert in Shakespeare. She knows communication theories backwards and forwards. That’s the ergonomics group. But CHASS faculty members lead many lives. Hans Kellner, for example, is an […]

Oct 18, 2011

CHASS Celebrates National Day on Writing

Step into new ways of writing on October 20. New technologies have expanded the possibilities for writing in multiple media, including digital media. Through the National Day on Writing, created by the National Council of Teachers of English, participants can […]

Oct 13, 2011

Taste Dialect Stew at NC State Fair

Danica Cullinan and Neal Hutcheson preparing the exhibit. Calling all dingbatters!** When you head to the State Fair, make sure you get a taste of North Carolina dialect stew. A CHASS exhibit celebrating the state’s richly-flavored  dialects will introduce fair-goers […]

Oct 10, 2011

Two CHASS Faculty Summoned for White House Summit

Susan Miller-Cochran and Chris Anson at the White House English Professors Chris Anson and Susan Miller-Cochran were invited guests at the White House last week for a summit focused around their areas of expertise. Miller-Cochran directs the university’s First Year […]

Oct 5, 2011

Dust off your old films—Home Movie Day is October 15

Home Movie Day is a celebration of local amateur home movies that also provides a chance for attendees to learn how to preserve those movies for the enjoyment of future generations. Come meet with local film archivists, learn about the […]

Oct 5, 2011

United States Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin Visits NC State

Join us at 7:30 on October 17 in Stewart Theatre, when the United States Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin will be our very special guest. Merwin is one of the most widely-read poets in America. During his 50-year career, his work […]

Sep 28, 2011

Creating a literary culture

How do you enhance the literary culture of North Carolina? A culture that encourages aspiring writers from all over the state to contribute their imaginative best? The short answer: contests. Since the beginning of NC State’s Master of Fine Arts […]

Sep 26, 2011

Interactive Art Exhibit Features CHASS Faculty, Students

Tunnel Vision will be on display. A cutting-edge interactive art exhibition is opening at Raleigh’s Contemporary Art Museum, and faculty and students from the college’s interdisciplinary Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (CRDM) doctoral program are among the artists. ID:ENTITY is […]

Sep 9, 2011

A poem for 9/11 by NC State’s Poet in Residence

A Fingerby John BalabanNC State University Poet in Residence After most of the bodies were hauled away and while the FBI and Fire Department and NYPD were still haggling about who was in charge, as smoke cleared,the figures in Tyvek […]