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Apr 17, 2019

Kentish Presented at Oxford Neuroscience Symposium

Esther Kentish (MSTC) visited Oxford, England in the United Kingdom on March 18-March 21 to present her poster presentation “Bridging the Gap: The Dictomoy between Neuropsychology and Data Visualization” in the Oxford Neuroscience Symposium. Esther met with several neuropsychologists, neuroscientists, […]

Apr 9, 2019

Horne, Meshaw, and Morgan Presented at 2019 Anguish Conference

Our MA literature concentration students, Austin Horne and Clark Meshaw, and MA linguistics concentration student, Marissa Morgan, presented their research at the 2019 Anguish conference in Washington, D.C. last month.    The following topics were presented: Austin Horne – “Either/Or: The Roles […]

Apr 9, 2019

Tim Becker – Winner of the Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award for 2018

Congratulations to Tim Becker for being a winner of the Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award for 2018! Thanks go to him for his achievements in the classroom and sustaining the great teaching that goes on in our department.   A […]

Mar 21, 2019

Bryant, Colin, Levchenko, and Jenkins Presented at 40th Southwest Popular American Culture Association Conference Conference

Our MA Film Studies students Phillip Bryant, Mariana Colín, Darya Levchenko and Austin Jenkins presented their research last month at the 40th Southwest Popular American Culture Association Conference in Albuquerque, NM. Their academic trip was financed from the individual English Graduate Travel Awards granted […]

Mar 8, 2019

Chen, Khan, and Xie Presented at 8th Annual Symposium in Communicating Complex Information Conference

Our MS Technical Communication students presented their research at the 8th Annual Symposium in Communicating Complex Information (SCCI) at Louisiana Tech University last month. SCCI 2019 aims to explore how the design and presentation of complex information affect how humans use […]

Feb 7, 2019

Peter Andrews & Marie Bissell Presented at the Linguistic Society of America and American Dialect Society Conferences

Peter Andrews and Marie Bissell, both first-year MA linguistics concentration students, presented at the Linguistic Society of America and American Dialect Society conferences this past January 2019. Andrews felt that presenting his paper, “Gender Differentiation of Ruralness in Southeastern Ohio,” […]

Nov 15, 2018

MA Graduate Cecilia Tomasatti: 2018 CHASS Capstone Award Winner

The English Department is proud to announce the winner of this year’s CHASS Capstone Award is one of our own – Cecilia Tomasatti! WinnerStudent: Cecilia Tomasatti (MA English 2018 graduate, Linguistics Concentration)Project: Same Route, New Immigrants: Identity Practices and Forms […]

Nov 15, 2018

You’re Invited! Colloquium: Alumni Career Paths in Writing & Editing Panel

Everyone at NC State is welcome to come join us and our alumni in this colloquium panel! This will be the last colloquium for fall semester. Come attend and be open to discover something new!

Nov 9, 2018

MA Alumni Discuss their Careers in Higher Education

As a part of our Fall 2018 English Graduate Colloquium series, two of our MA alumni students returned to NC State as guest panelists.  Melody Owens (MA ’17, Rhetoric and Composition) teaches as an English instructor at Wake Technical Community […]

Nov 9, 2018

Jose Alvarez-Retamales Presented at the Hispanics Linguistics Symposium

Jose Alvarez-Retamales, a first-year MA linguistics concentration student, presented “Esta pobre oveja asi tumbadica: Usos de los adjetivos en niños hispanohablantes” (translation: “The use of adjectives in hispanic children”) at the Hispanics Linguistics Symposium this past October.