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Congratulations go out to two student publications advised by English and Theatre faculty, which took prizes at the North Carolina College Media Association Conference on Feb. 18, 2012. The Aurochs literary magazine (advised by Dr. Karen Helgeson) won four individual awards; the Indianhead yearbook (advised by Ms. Sara Oswald) won a Best of Show award (second place overall) and five individual awards. For further details on specific awards, please see our News page.
Dr. Michele Fazio and her ENG 1060 students of Spring 2012 (Alejandra Reyes, Victoria Trujillo, Valerie Snodgrass Sha'Nice Cunningham, Tevin Pridgen, Daniel Luck, and Jeffrey Hunt), accepting their Diane Jones Award for Service-Learning from Christie Poteet, Director of Service-Learning:
Photo credit: Janadean Chavis
Three students from the Department of English and Theatre won prizes at the 2012 Pembroke Undergraduate Reasearch and Creativity Symposium:
Below, E&T students view each other's presentations:
Photo credits: Sara Oswald
Photo credit: Sara Oswald
Monika Brown (Outstanding Teaching Award) and Holden Hansen (Adolph L. Dial Scholarship and Creativity Award) celebrate their wins at the 2012 Faculty Appreciation Dinner.
Faculty and students compete for glory (and candy) at the Spring 2012 Majors Meeting:
Both publications are advised by faculty in the English and Theatre department. Congratulations to Karen Helgeson, advisor of The Aurochs, and Sara Oswald, advisor of Indianhead, for their work with these students.
Yearbook staff at the NCCMA. L to R: Anna Blue, Shanetta Monk, Lucy Marshman, Sara Oswald (faculty advisor)
Faculty and students "compete" for treats at the Fall 2011 Majors Meeting:
Deborah Jean Templin gives a "talkback" after her performance of Unsinkable Women in Moore Hall, April 27, 2011.
The actress poses with student fans:
Students in Catherine Parisian's Titanic-themed composition course launch their boats in commemoration of the event, April 14, 2011.
Pictures of English and Theatre students and faculty members with their posters at the 2011 PURC Symposium (all photos by Sara Oswald):
Dr. Susan Cannata with student Darius Johnson
Dr. Michele Fazio with her students: Josie Torrence, Diana Walsh, Andrew Fetch, Delorian Miller, and Perry Holden
Ryan Wise with a poster produced by Writing Center tutors Wise, Lonnie Cox, Tre Howard, Kim Stepp, and Kimberly Brassard
Maria Hockaday giving her oral presentation on Edwidge Danticat.
Mark Canada and M.J. Braun speak to a standing room only crowd at the second Faculty Colloquium of the year, Jan. 31 2011.
Mark Canada discusses material from his book about journalism and literature in nineteenth-century America.
M.J. Braun discusses her research on propaganda analysis and the work of Jon Stewart.
Shelby Stephenson retired this year after many years of service to UNCP as a professor and as editor of Pembroke Magazine. Sara Oswald's scrapbook (PDF, 6 MB) commemorates his time at Pembroke and photos from his retirement reception in October.
Department holiday party, Dec. 6, 2010. Chair Kay McClanahan gives the staff their gifts, and Carolyn Price enjoys her present.
Department faculty prepare to speak at the first Faculty Colloquium of the year, 1 November 2010, called "Teaching Jam." L to R: Youngsuk Chae, Michele Fazio, Therese Rizzo, Teagan Decker, Scott Hicks.
Photo by Michael Alewine
Roger Ladd presents information about the cover image of his book, Antimercantilism in Late Medieval Literature, at the Friends of the Library Faculty Showcase, October 27, 2010.
Michele Fazio and her May 2010 study abroad students, in Capri, Italy.
Updated: Thursday, May 23, 2013
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