Kat Tracy receives national award

This past weekend at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association in Little Rock, Kat Tracy received the Association’s 2015 Award for Scholarly Achievement. Her latest co-edited study, Wounds and Wound Repair in Medieval Culture, is just out at Brill.

Two More Poems, Freshly Squeezed

Two poems by Craig Challender have recently appeared in the 2015 issue of the Connecticut River Review.  One of them, “Old Man Reading Old Men by the Sea,” is the title poem for a new full-length manuscript he is working on.

Leigh Lunsford

Dr. Leigh Lunsford has had her article “Slide-and-Divide: Using a Slick Trick to Dive into Deeper Mathematics” published in the MathAMATYC Educator (Volume 7, Number 1), September 2015.

Lily Goetz and Annette Waggoner Awarded Best in Commonwealth

Dr. Lily Goetz and Prof. Annette Waggoner’s presentation at the annual Foreign Language Association of Virginia conference in September was named the 2015 Best of FLAVA.  In addition to their presentation, “Designing Activities for Meaningful Interpersonal Communication,” the conference included 174 other sessions for and by foreign language educators.  This recognition entitles them to represent the commonwealth at the […]