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Faculty and staff news roundup - Sept. 28, 2021

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Eugene Gloria, an English professor and the John Rabb Emison professor of creative and performing arts, gave a poetry reading last Thursday as part of Franklin College’s Carlson-Stauffer Visiting Writer Series. Gloria will spend October in Auvillar, France, at Moulin à Nef, an international artist residency of the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. He also has been awarded a fellowship to be a resident throughout November at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire, the first artist colony in the country.

History professor Glen Kuecker is the co-author of an article, “When Water Runs Out of Time There Will Be No Tech Solution,” published in the September issue of Smart Water Magazine. (free login required.)

Alan Hill, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, moderated a panel, “People and Places that Inspire Us,” during the opening day plenary session Sept. 16 of the Indiana Housing Conference.

An article written by Derek Ford, assistant professor of education studies, about the centennial of Brazilian educator Paulo Freire’s birth was translated into Portuguese and published online by Nova Cultura. He also discussed Freire on the podcast Sept. 21 “By Any Means Necessary.”

Jeff McCall, communications professor, wrote an opinion piece, “Mainstream Media Have Attacked Biden. Here's Why That Will Stop,” which was posted online Sept. 27 by CNSNews. He also was quoted Sept. 27 by iHeartMedia in “Honeymoon Over: Some Media Figures Turning on Biden.”



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