Posts and News with Matthew Cooperman Tag

Flowers in front of Clark Building

News of Note: March and April

Genesea Carter facilitated a half-day workshop with Kelly Bradbury and other cross-institutional colleagues at the March 2019 Conference on College Composition and Communication titled “Responding to Anti-Intellectualism in the Classroom: Developing Positive Emotions and Facilitating Student Engagement.” Genesea also gave a […]

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Snow on the oval

News of Note: March 2019

A poem from Dan Beachy-Quick’s new project, “Canto,” has been accepted by TriQuarterly. He also be participated in a conversation about John Keats and negative capability at the University of Denver. Genesea Carter attended the Spilman Symposium on Issues in Teaching […]

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Snow on the Oval

News of Note Week of January 21

Leslee Becker has been named a Finalist in the Great Midwestern Fiction Contest for her story, “The Grotto.” Mark Bresnan wrote about compensation and contingent labor for Inside Higher Ed. https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/just-visiting/guest-post-how-was-your-semester In the on-going life of NOS (disorder, not otherwise […]

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Trees with lights outside the Lory Student Center

News of Note for November

The Community Literacy Center was featured in a podcast on KCSU. “On this episode, [Christian Rhea, digital director in VP Research Office] sat down with the Director of the Community Literacy Center, Tobi Jacobi, and one of the center’s [former] interns, […]

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Fall leaves on the sidewalk

News of Note Week of October 8

Aparna Gollapudi presented a paper titled “The Other Eighteenth Century Child: Personhood and Property in Locke’s Two Treatises and Defoe’s Fiction” at the Rocky Mountain MLA conference in Cheyenne on October 4th. Kristina Quynn presented at &NOW, Notre Dame, on a […]

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Front of Eddy Hall on the first day of fall 2018 classes

News of Note, Week of August 20

Welcome back! Lynn Badia’s co-edited collection, Climate Realism: The Aesthetics of Weather and Atmosphere in the Anthropocene, is under contract with Routledge. It is scheduled for publication in 2019. Anthony Becker and Tatiana Nekrasova-Becker recently had their research article, titled “Investigating the […]

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Meadow with blue flowers

News of Note May 2018

Andrew Altschul’s essay, “Lima,” about the high-end restaurant scene in Peru’s capital, appears in the May issue of Hemispheres and Rhapsody, the United Airlines in-flight magazines. If you’re flying United in May, you’ll find it in your seat-back pocket. For the […]

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