Faculty + Staff News / October 1, 2013
Charles E. Cannon (Science + Mathematics) was named a 2013 American Chemical Society fellow, joining a distinguished list of 96 scientists who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the chemistry field.
Nancy Day (Journalism) attended the 75th anniversary symposium of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Read her "Nieman Moment," which selected fellows were asked to provide.
Megan Kirby (Institutional Marketing and Communications) won first place in the Luminarts Cultural Foundation's fiction contest, sponsored by the Union League Club of Chicago. Her short story, "Your Very Flesh," will appear in LCF's forthcoming publication.
RoseAnna Mueller's (HHSS) chapter, "Casting About: Self-Fashioning and Parody in Teresa de la Parra's Iphigenia," was published in the volume At Whom are we Laughing?: Humor in Romance Language Literatures from Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Brendan Riley (English) was appointed executive director of operations for the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association. Riley will manage the program's financial, communications, and administrative efforts. He will also help plan the annual conference.