For Kelley Earnhardt Miller ’94, her new book is both educational and therapeutic. In it, Earnhardt Miller, daughter of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt and a businesswoman in her own right, offers important lessons for being successful in business.
Associate Professor of English Juan Meneses will spend four weeks this summer in residency at the National Humanities Center in the Research Triangle Park completing the third chapter of his second book, tentatively titled “Denizens! On Foreigners, Visitors and Other Outsiders.”
Colleen Hammelman, assistant professor in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, has received a prestigious National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) grant to study population change and gentrification in urban foodscapes.
“Faculty Experiences in Active Learning,” a work featuring contributions from the Center for Teaching and Learning’s (CTL) Active Learning Academy, was published recently by Atkins Library, through its Digital Publishing Services.
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