Congratulations to the following graduate students in the Department of English who received their Ph.D., M.F.A., or  M.A. degrees this semester.

Samantha CosgroveHurricane Florence and disaster preparedness: Investigating risk through the intersections of technical communication and user experience (D)
Philip GallagherTechnical communication as design: A design pedagogy study (D)
Elizabeth LeeAn evaluation of the English Placement Writing Test using students’ self-assessments and instructors judgments (D)
Lauren MaloneIntersectional digital rhetoric pedagogy: Queer and trans people of color and online platform engagement (D)
Bremen VanceFrom theorizing to practicing multimodality: The prevalence and function of multimodal terminology in writing textbooks (D)
Anik ChartrandArticulating silence, sexuality, and survival: Women’s lives under Caribbean dictatorships in literature (T)
Brody DingelSemantic relatedness in L2 vocabulary learning: Does it really matter? (T)
Emily Dux SpeltzThe effect of automated fluency feedback on written text production (T)
Brittany EideThe rhetoric of real and fictional space in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man (T)
Danielle GilesAn examination of the rhetoric surrounding gun violence in the United States through the voices of student activists (T)
Michael PoundersClassroom place: New materialism as a way to view, discuss, and use the composition classroom (T)
April TanTransfer of suprasegmental improvements to novel sentences and segmental accuracy using real time audiovisual pitch training (T)
Kartika BudhwarInhabit, abandon: Stories and a novella (T)
Brendan CurtinrichTrim line: Essays and stories (T)
Jack FriendThings Best Forgotten (T)
Michael RobbinsProximities: Stories (T)
Keygan SandsOur mortal world: Essays from a naturalist of the new nature (T)
Crystal StoneAll the places I wish I died (T)
Kate WrightSomething to do with our hands (T)
Emily BoydMorning bell: A visual identity guide and brand development project (CC)
Tamara SchmeisserUsing a blend of knowledge framework and project framework to develop materials to teach public speaking (CC)