Jun 3, 2009
Dr. Craig Friend, director of public history, is editor of Southern Masculinity: Perspectives on Manhood in the South Since Reconstruction.
Nicolas A. Robins, lecturer in history, is lead editor of the book Genocides by the Oppressed: Subaltern Genocide in Theory and Practice.
May 18, 2009
Dr. Antony Harrison, a Victorian literature expert who leads the English department, has been recognized as a University Distinguished Professor.
Nancy Gustke was selected as the university's First Year Inquiry Outstanding Teacher for 2009.
May 7, 2009
Dr. David Berube is lead author of a National Science Foundation-funded white paper, "Nanotechnology: Communicating Risk in the 21st Century."
Dr. Bill Kinsella serves as president-elect of the environmental communication division of the National Communication Association.
Dr. Holly Brewer, associate professor of history, was selected for a 2009-10 fellowship at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park.
Apr 30, 2009
English professor John Kessel won the Nebula Award for Best Novelette for Pride and Prometheus, a tale involving characters from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Apr 23, 2009
A short Q&A with Dr. Jeffery Braden, the new dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, to learn about his plans and priorities as he takes the helm of the college.
Apr 16, 2009
Dr. Doug Gillan is writing Army guidelines for human-robot interfaces and chairing a symposium on human-robot interaction research.
Apr 2, 2009
Political science professor Michael Cobb helped brief 40 congressional staff and policymakers on nanotechnology.
Professor Patty McCall in the sociology department has received a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation that will fund an 18-month study examining violent crime in the European Union.
Mar 19, 2009
Dr. Heidi Hobbs has been named director of international programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Dr. Jeffery P. Braden has been chosen to serve as the next dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
How an angry, disaffected dropout became one of the most promising young writers in the United States