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Bauer profiled by grad school

Bauer

The ECU Graduate School has released a faculty profile of English department distinguished professor Margaret Bauer.

“For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be a teacher,” Bauer said in the profile. “Then, during high school, an English teacher, Mrs. Cotton, showed us how much Kate Chopin had packed into her two-page short story, “The Story of an Hour,” and I wanted to learn how to read like that, how to see all of those wonderful details, the numerous nuances that revealed the story of a woman’s whole life in just two pages.”

Read Dr. Bauer’s full profile.


Eble honored for doctoral mentoring

Dr. Michelle Eble

Michelle Eble was honored Friday at the Research Week Recognition Luncheon for her role in mentoring graduate students.

Eble was selected as this year’s winner of the ECU Distinguished Graduate Faculty Mentor Award, Doctoral Category. Graduate School Dean Paul Gemperline said Eble was being recognized because “under Dr. Eble’s leadership, the PhD program in the department has flourished, having undergone a major overhaul of advising, curriculum, and comprehensive exam procedures. She led the development of innovative professional development seminars for first-year PhD students and has overseen the graduation of 15 students in the past four years.”

The award includes a cash prize of $1000 and a plaque.

 


Grad students present at RCAW

Graduate students Suzan Flanagan, Ed Reges, Rex Rose, and Christina Rowell represented the English department yesterday at Research and Creative Achievement Week. Rowell’s talk was entitled “The Rise of the Fitbit: Body-Monitoring as Habit, Addiction, and Motivation.” Flanagan, Reges, and Rose presented a collaborative project: “Cemetery Rhetoric: A Visual and Textual Lens for Understanding the Past.”

Reges, Flanagan, Rowell, Rose

Reges, Flanagan, Rowell, Rose (from left)

Reges, Rose, and Flanagan

(From left) Reges, Rose, and Flanagan

Rowell

Rowell

 

 

 


Summer/Fall 2015 Registration

Below are the links to fall and spring courses:

Summer Undergraduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1k8h3M0MDSjO3IhzRzK6r63OUZFV68e3eok3Ynl8vpQo/edit?usp=sharing

Fall Graduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VKoqghnLUtsSY_nVrXdPXxrfXY2XzE2y9-HF3cNITKY/edit?usp=sharing

Summer Graduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gx7YEFv04IN7Ln0UpiMA5LeqmPfIgLC3PY710fUR9Wg/edit?usp=sharing

Fall Undergraduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LMqbhRS1k61r8K0FIuqfiICsMZw-IPLB-OD1SxMSsXQ/edit?usp=sharing

Please contact your advisor for additional details and check Banner for the most updated information.

 

Summer/Fall 2015 Registration Schedule

Friday, March 20th at 1:00 p.m.- Graduate Students, 2nd Degree Students, Honors Students, Teaching Fellows, Maynard Scholars, Approved Veterans

  8:00 am 9:30 am 11:00 am 2:00 pm 3:30 pm
Monday,
March 23rd
121+ 112-120 104-111 95-103 85-94
Tuesday,
March 24th
78-84 74-77 69-73 62-68 54-61
Wednesday,
March 25th
49-53 45-48 40-44 26-39 17-25
Thursday,
March 26th
16 14-15 12-13 0-11 -

The term hours indicates the total number of credit hours earned at the end of the previous semester/session.

NOTES:

  • Course information is subject to change without prior written notice.
  • All university indebtedness must be paid before registering or making schedule changes.


Research and Creative Achievement Week @ ECU begins today!

Several presentations are being offered in various rooms in the Mendenhall Student Center from the 23rd to the 27th. Today’s offerings will include a presentation on the rise of Fitbit (GO64) at 2:30,  another on cemetery rhetoric (GO65) at 2:45 , as well as several others in the Humanities from 1:30-3:15 in Great Room 2.

For more information: https://blog.ecu.edu/sites/rcaw/

 

 


Summer/Fall 2015 Registration

Below are the links to fall and spring courses:

Summer Undergraduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1k8h3M0MDSjO3IhzRzK6r63OUZFV68e3eok3Ynl8vpQo/edit?usp=sharing

Fall Graduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VKoqghnLUtsSY_nVrXdPXxrfXY2XzE2y9-HF3cNITKY/edit?usp=sharing

Summer Graduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gx7YEFv04IN7Ln0UpiMA5LeqmPfIgLC3PY710fUR9Wg/edit?usp=sharing

Fall Undergraduate: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LMqbhRS1k61r8K0FIuqfiICsMZw-IPLB-OD1SxMSsXQ/edit?usp=sharing

Please contact your advisor for additional details and check Banner for the most updated information.

 

Summer/Fall 2015 Registration Schedule

Friday, March 20th at 1:00 p.m.- Graduate Students, 2nd Degree Students, Honors Students, Teaching Fellows, Maynard Scholars, Approved Veterans

8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
2:00 pm
3:30 pm
Monday,
March 23rd
121+ 112-120 104-111 95-103 85-94
Tuesday,
March 24th
78-84 74-77 69-73 62-68 54-61
Wednesday,
March 25th
49-53 45-48 40-44 26-39 17-25
Thursday,
March 26th
16 14-15 12-13 0-11 -

The term hours indicates the total number of credit hours earned at the end of the previous semester/session.

NOTES:

  • Course information is subject to change without prior written notice.
  • All university indebtedness must be paid before registering or making schedule changes.


FaculTea: “The John Donne Project”

John Donne Facul Tea Flyer


Voyages hosts “Sexual Seduction in John Donne’s Poetry”

Ilona Bell (Williams College) will deliver the Thomas Harriot Lecture entitled “Sexual Seduction in John Donne’s Poetry” at 7 p.m. March 24 in Wright. This presentation is part of the HCAS Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series. For more information, visit the Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series webpage.

 


Write Place, Write Time

Write Place, Write Time! Get writing help from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 21, at Cornerstone Church, 1095 Allen Road. Sponsored by the Youth Leadership Academy and the ECU Dept of English


First annual DISSH Symposium explores opportunities in digital projects

Renaissance literary scholar and digital humanities expert David Lee Miller will deliver the 2 p.m. plenary talk March 18 at the First Annual Digital Innovation and Scholarship in the Social Sciences and Humanities Symposium (DISSH) at ECU. The meeting runs from 2-6 pm in the Faulkner Gallery at Joyner Library.

This symposium explores the opportunities inherent in digital projects for interdisciplinary and collaborative research and education, hallmarks of the twenty-first century university. Together, the speakers who will inaugurate this annual symposium point to the promise and potential of digital projects to bring people together from across the university setting, creating synergies across academic computing, libraries, departments and interdisciplinary programs.

In addition to Miller’s keynote, the event will feature talks by David Staley (Dept. of History, Director of the Goldberg Center, Ohio State University), Natalie Kononenko (Kule Chair in Ukranian Ethnography, University of Alberta), Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem (Digital Scholarship and Services, College of Charleston Libraries) and Paul Jones (School of Media and Journalism, School of Information and Library Science, UNC-Chapel Hill). A lightning-round of presentations will  create a format for presenters already engaged in digital work from East Carolina University and the surrounding region.

For more information, visit the DISSH website.