Congratulations to the following graduate students for their awards in research and teaching: SUMMER 2019 Research Excellence Awards Yongkook Won, Applied Linguistics & Technology, Major Professor — Gary Ockey SPRING 2019 Research Excellence Awards Emily Horner, Creative Writing & Environment, Major Professor — KL Cook Sonca Vo, Applied Linguistics & Technology, Major Professor — … Continue reading Research Excellence Award (REA) and Teaching Excellence Awards (TEA) Recipients
Mary Stoecklein (2013 MA Literature) has published her first book, Native American Mystery Writing: Indigenous Investigations. Mary graduated with her PhD in American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona in 2017. Congratulations, Mary!
Congratulations to the following graduate students for presenting at the Graduate and Professional Student Research Conference on April 10, 2019. Fatemeh Bordbarjavidi Esther Crompton Brody Dingel Carolyn Gonzalez Emily Grzywacz Agata Guskaroska Liberato Silva dos Santos Erin Todey Kristin Terrill
During the 50th annual CEA Conference, graduate students Bremen Vance and Lauren Malone were awarded the “Robert A. Miller CEA Memorial Prize for Best Article in The CEA Critic” for their published project “Play Out Social Action: Game-Based Learning and Visual Rhetorical Analysis.” To learn more about the conference and see other winners go here.
Sarah Burke (2013) was recently awarded the Cider Press Review Editors’ Prize for her poetry collection, “Blueprints.” The manuscript was Sarah’s thesis when she graduated from the MFA program in 2013. The book has a tentative release date of August 2019.
Emily Grzywacz, MA student in English Literature, presented her paper, “Echoing Trauma between Body and Place in Beloved“, at the 2019 MLA Annual Convention January 3-6, 2019 in Chicago. The panel, Polluted, Revolting, Alien Nature: An Ecohorror Roundtable, was sponsored by ASLE. Emily stated, “The 2019 MLA Annual Convention provided me with invaluable opportunities to … Continue reading Emily Grzywacz Presents at MLA Conference
Second year MFA student, Crystal Stone, has been busy publishing this year, as well as giving a Tedx talk! Check out her great work this year at the following links. https://poetry.arizona.edu/blog/defense-timely-rather-timeless-poetry?fbclid=IwAR3iMJv99aRlWCgqrO5WJ6orDs-3H32GK34ANbLAE1dCog2lhweRSfhC9cA http://www.drunkmonkeys.us/…/poetry-take-it-from-a-rufous-c… http://www.drunkmonkeys.us/…/2/poetry-first-fig-crystal-sto… https://occulum.net/20…/8/…/transformation-by-crystal-stone/ https://newversenews.blogspot.com/…/fox-news-remembers-aret…
Second year MFA student, Keygan Sands, delivered a paper, “Apocalyptic Visions: N. K. Jemisin’s The Stone Sky and the Sociocultural Origins of the Anthropocene” at a conference on Fantasy and Myth in the Anthropocene in October 2018. The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts was the sponsoring organization for the conference.
Krista Klocke won best student paper from the American Society for the History of Rhetoric Organization at the National Communication Association conference in Salt Lake City in November. Krista also presented the paper, titled “Sacred Kairos and Secular Chronos: Angelina Grimke’s Negotiation of the Temporal and Eternal in the ‘Pennsylvania Hall Address,” in the “Virtue, … Continue reading PhD Student in Rhetoric & Professional Communication Wins Best Student Paper