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Jessie Blackburn's URC research grant funded!

Monday, November 30, 2015 - 7:15pm
Congratulations to Jessie Blackburn!  The University Research Council voted to fund her URC Research Grant, "Wine Rhetorics of Appalachia." Way to go, Jessie!

Wendy Winn's URC Research Grant funded!

Monday, November 30, 2015 - 7:13pm
Congratulations to Wendy Winn! The University Research Council is funding her URC Research Grant, "Assessing Public Perception of the Pink Ribbon." Way to go, Wendy!
Congratulations to the following students who will be presenting papers at the annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium at High Point University on November 14th! Jessica Chaplain, English--Film Studies...
A big congratulations to G Patterson!  G's article "The Unbearable Weight of Neutrality" has just been published in the collection Sexual Rhetorics from Routledge Press, 2015. Way to go, G!
Congratulations to Jill Ehnenn!  Her essay "‘Our brains struck fire each from each’: Disidentification, Difference, and Desire in the Collaborative Aesthetics of Michael Field" has just been published in Economies of Desire at the...
A huge congratulations to David Orvis!  The special 2014 "Queer Milton" issue of Early Modern Culture that he co-edited with Will Stockton has just been awarded the Milton Society of America's prestigious Irene Samuel Award for a...
Congratulations to Jon Pope and Katie Adams, who recently completed the requirements of the Hubbard Center's Scholarly Teaching Academy! Members of this cohort met monthly for two years to develop teaching enhancement plans, and they studied...
A big congratulations to Sarah Beth Hopton!  The Humanities Scholars Fellowship committee has recommended her to receive one of the College of Arts and Sciences Humanities Scholars Fellowships. The proposed project "Communication...
A huge congratulations to Tom McLaughlin!  Tom's new book, Reading and the Body: The Physical Practice of Reading is out from Palgrave Macmillan! Throughout the years, literary theory has been dominated by a mind/body dualism, often dismissing...
Check out the nice story about Kathryn Kirkpatrick in University News!  This past weekend, Kathryn received her third Brockman-Campbell Award from the N.C. Poetry Society.  This award is given annually for the book of poetry...


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