English Faculty Notes

Apr 30, 2021

Faculty Notes for April 2021

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson’s article “Correctness Revisited: How Students (Mis)Identify and Comment on Errors in Peers’ Drafts” has been published in English Across the Curriculum (University Press of Colorado/WAC Clearinghouse, 2021). BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs published “In North Carolina, a Familiar […]

Apr 1, 2021

Faculty Notes for March 2021

CHRIS ANSON Over the past seven months, Chris Anson co-planned the 6th International Writing Research Across Borders conference, which took placed virtually on March 5 & 6 in place of Xi’an, China in March of 2020. DAUN DAEMON Daun Daemon’s […]

Mar 1, 2021

Faculty Notes for February 2021

CHRIS ANSON On February 11, Chris Anson ran a faculty-development session for teachers in the University of Minnesota’s College-in-the-Schools Program focusing on theories and practices of multimodal writing. Anson also ran a faculty workshop on the uses of digital instructional […]

Feb 25, 2021

Second-Year MFA Student, Isaac Hughes Green, Won the 2021 Jacobs/Jones African-American Literary Prize & 2021 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers!

Congratulations to our second-year MFA student, Isaac Hughes Green, for winning the 2021 Jacobs/Jones African-American Literary Prize for his work, “Fifteens.” In addition, he won the 2021 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers! We couldn’t be more proud […]

Feb 1, 2021

Faculty Notes for January 2021

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson is lead author (with Susanne Hall, Michael Pemberton, and Cary Moskowitz) of “Reuse in STEM Research Writing: Rhetorical and Practical Considerations and Challenges,” published in AILA Review, Vol. 33: Linguistic Recycling. HELEN BURGESS Helen Burgess published a […]

Jan 1, 2021

Faculty Notes for December 2020

DAUN DAEMON Daun Daemon’s poem “Lost” was published by Trouvaille Review on December 31.HUILING DING Huiling Ding published “Building International Partnerships: The Accelerated BA-MS Joint Degree Program” in Programmatic Perspective, volume 11. In October, she presented “Smart Crowdsourcing in Epidemic Risk […]

Dec 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for November 2020

PAUL FYFE Paul Fyfe published a review of Literature, Print Culture, and Media Technologies, 1880-1900: Many Inventions by Richard Menke (Cambridge UP, 2019) in Media History (2020). He also gave a Faculty Speaker Series lecture, “Unruly Britannia: Teaching and Learning Victorian Studies in 2020,” […]

Nov 9, 2020

Student Spotlight: NDS to MSTC Graduate Student, Maggie Thompson

Meet Maggie Thompson, a full-time employee at NC State University who began her experience with us as a Non-Degree Studies (NDS) student and transitioned to a part-time graduate student of the M.S. in Technical Communication program. Despite her busy schedule […]

Nov 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for October 2020

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson conducted a virtual review of the portfolio assessment program at the University of St. Joseph, September 24–25. Anson — along with co-authors Susanne Hall, Michael Pemberton, and Cary Moskovitz — published “Reuse in STEM Research Writing: […]

Oct 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for September 2020

DAUN DAEMON On September 9, Daun Daemon’s poem “Well-bred” was published in 45 Magazine: Women’s Literary Journal. HUILING DING As an invited speaker, Huiling Ding discussed “Job Search 2.0 in an Algorithmic World: Practice of and Issues with AI-Augmented Candidate Screening” at the […]