James Carpenter presented "International Opportunities: Wildlife Adventures in Africa...from Immobilizing Rhinos to the 'Big Swing,'" Oklahoma State University, April 6, Stillwater, Okla.
David Smit published "An Epitaph for the Long 50s: The New American Sensibility and Arthur Miller's 'After The Fall,'" CEA Critic, Vol. 72, No. 2.
Han Yu published "Authentic Assessment in Technical Communication Classrooms and Programs: Proposal for an Integrated Framework," Programmatic Perspectives, Vol. 2, No. 1.
Yu also published "Bring Workplace Assessment into Business Communication Classrooms: A Proposal to Better Prepare Students for Professional Workplaces," Business Communication Quarterly, Vol. 73.
Elizabeth Dodd gave a reading at the University of Nebraska, March 23, Lincoln, Neb.
Don Hedrick presented "Trauma Now," the response to the panel/roundtable he moderated on "Cultural Studies and Economic Trauma," Cultural Studies Association, University of California at Berkeley, March 20, Berkeley, Calif.
Abby Knoblauch presented "Rethinking Argument: Enacting Embodied and Invitational Pedagogies and Practices in the College Composition Classroom," Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 20, Louisville, Ky.
Kara Northway published "'[O]'erhasty' or 'Praise Be Rashness?': The Value of Speed in Early Modern Hamlet Performances," South Central Renaissance Conference, March 20, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Northway also presented "'Bid the Players Make Haste:' Speed in Hamlet," Comparative Drama Conference, March 26, Los Angeles, Calif.
Lisa Tatonetti presented "Queering Prison, Bounding Nations: Settler Colonialism in 'Johnny Greyeyes,'" Native American Literature Symposium, March 4, Albuquerque, N.M.
David Smit, English; and Richard Hoag, architecture; presented "Genre and Transfer in the Writing of Designers," 26th annual National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, March 19, Charlotte, N.C.