Professor Kim Lacey was awarded the Terry Ishihara Award for Outstanding Co-Curricular Involvement for 2013-14.
Professors Conor Shaw-Draves and Jason Kahler successfully defended their dissertations in March 2014.
Professors Emily Beard and Suzan Aiken's article "An Introduction to the Work (and Play) of Writing Studies Research Methods through Micro Study" has been published in The CEA Forum (Volume 42, Number 1: Winter/Spring 2013).
Professor Christopher Giroux is presenting “Kin in Octavia Butler's Kindred: What's in a Name?” at the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900
Professor Geof Carter hosted a panel sponsored by the Division on Teaching Writing at MLA in Boston in January 2013 on the Phenomenology of Pinball. His MLArcade Session featured movies by 8 scholars that explored various cultural and theoretical intersections of pinball machines.
Professor Carter has published his work from the MLA conference in Seattle in January 2012: "MoMLA: From Gallery to Webtext" in Kairos
Professor Carter's review of Gregory L. Ulmer's Avatar Emergency was published recently in Enculturation.