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Fall and Winter Break Main Office Hours

The English main office and support staff will hold the following office hours during fall and winter breaks this year. Fall Break: Monday, November 19-Wednesday, November 21:  7:30-4:00 p.m., with limited staff available. Thursday, November 22-Friday, November 23:  Closed, University Holidays Winter Break: Monday, December 24-Tuesday, December 25:  Closed, University Holidays Wednesday, December 26-Monday, December … Continue reading Fall and Winter Break Main Office Hours

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Stacy Tye-Williams Workplace Bullying Research

Stacy Tye-Williams’ research focuses on how people narratively construct meaning in and about organizations. Her main research explores workplace bullying and how people use communication to navigate their difficult situation and seek support. Her ultimate focus is how people use communication to organize and create positive outcomes in their organizations and the communities in which … Continue reading Stacy Tye-Williams Workplace Bullying Research

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Charles Kostelnick’s article chosen as recipient of STC’s Frank R. Smith Outstanding Article Award for 2016.

An article that appeared in the May 2016 issue of Technical Communication, by Charles Kostelnick, “The Re-Emergence of Emotional Appeals in Interactive Data Visualization,” has been picked as the recipient of STC’s Frank R. Smith Outstanding Article Award for 2016. The award will be presented at the STC Summit in Washington, DC, during the Honors … Continue reading Charles Kostelnick’s article chosen as recipient of STC’s Frank R. Smith Outstanding Article Award for 2016.

Ananda Muhammad Awarded Freda Huncke Graduate Teaching Fellowship

Ananda Muhammad, a native of Indonesia, is currently pursuing a PhD in Applied Linguistics and Technology. Her research for her master’s thesis titled “Creation and Evaluation of Multimedia Materials to Promote Development of Current and Prospective International Students’ Pragmatic Competence in Academic Settings” has led her to her graduate interests, specifically Computer Assisted Language Learning … Continue reading Ananda Muhammad Awarded Freda Huncke Graduate Teaching Fellowship

Kartika Budhwar – CWE Graduate Fellowship

Kartika Budhwar writes about the porous borderlands where myth meets memory, where fiction meets history, where the colonizer and the colonized come together, where languages spar and fuse, where gender and sexuality collpase upon themselves, wher ethe supernational and the organic have equal claim. The fellowship has allowed her an incredibly generous gift of time … Continue reading Kartika Budhwar – CWE Graduate Fellowship

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Gulbahar Beckett Journal Article in RER

Gulbahar Beckett Professor Applied Linguistics and Technology/TESL Journal article, “Evaluating the Research Quality of Education Journals in China: Implications for Increasing Global Impact in Peripheral Countries,” published in the Review of Educational Research.  Juanjuan Zhao / University of Cincinnati Gulbahar H. Beckett /  Iowa State University Lihshing Leigh Wang / University of Cincinnati Journal Article Review … Continue reading Gulbahar Beckett Journal Article in RER

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Prashant Rajan studies how sales people feel about using debit card-like smartcards to track fair price purchases in India’s Chhattisgarh province.

Foodfix Podcast This interview was based on two research articles that came out in issues 1 and 3 of the journal Information Technologies & International Development this year: Modeling Intermediary Satisfaction with Mandatory Adoption of E-government Technologies for Food Distribution Designing for Food Security: Portability and the Expansion of User Freedoms Through the COREPDS in Chhattisgarh, … Continue reading Prashant Rajan studies how sales people feel about using debit card-like smartcards to track fair price purchases in India’s Chhattisgarh province.

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Charles Kostelnick’s article chosen as recipient of STC’s Frank R. Smith Outstanding Article Award for 2016.

An article that appeared in the May 2016 issue of Technical Communication, by Charles Kostelnick, “The Re-Emergence of Emotional Appeals in Interactive Data Visualization,” has been picked as the recipient of STC’s Frank R. Smith Outstanding Article Award for 2016. The award will be presented at the STC Summit in Washington, DC, during the Honors … Continue reading Charles Kostelnick’s article chosen as recipient of STC’s Frank R. Smith Outstanding Article Award for 2016.

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Matthew Wynn Sivils Receives 2016 A&S Distinguished Alumni Award

Matthew Wynn Sivils received the 2016 A&S Distinguished Alumni Award from the English Department at Oklahoma State University. The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes an A&S alumni whose life and achievements have demonstrated a record of distinguished service in their community, and extraordinary achievement in a particular discipline, organization, or cause.