Author Kiese Laymon returns to Sewanee as writer-in-residence. Laymon gave a well-received reading and talk last November.
Sewanee Welcomes Kallen Esperian as Artist in Residence
Dr. JoyAnna Hopper has completed several articles during 2017-2018. These include:
JoyAnna Hopper, "A Mixed-Methods Approach to Analyzing Environmental Enforcement in the American States." SAGE Research Methods Cases. Forthcoming.
JoyAnna Hopper, "The Regulation of Combination: The Implications of Combining Natural Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection." 2017. State Politics and Policy Quarterly 17(1): 105-124.
Lael Keiser, Susan Miller, and JoyAnna Hopper. "The Social Safety Net for Disabled Persons." 2017. In Disability and U.S. Politics: Participation, Policy, and Controversy. Vol. 2. Ed. Dana Lee Baker. Praeger.
The University of the South will officially welcome about 480 members of the Class of 2022 and other new students to the University with orientation beginning Saturday, August 25.
The University of the South welcome threes new tenure-track faculty members in the College, along with a new multi-year visiting assistant professor in history, for 2018-2019.
Carrie Skulley has two recent publications. The first (from 2017) is entitled "'You Should Smile More!' Gender and Press Coverage of Candidates During the 2016 Presidential Primary" in Unconventional, Partisan, and Polarizing Rhetoric: How the 2016 Election Shaped the Way Candidates Strategize, Engage, and Communicate, ed. Jeanine Kraybill. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. The citation for Dr. Skulley’s second publication is: Silva, Andrea, and Carrie Skulley. 2018. "Always Running: Candidate Emergence among Women of Color over Time." 2018. Political Research Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1177/1065912918789289
Sewanee welcomes new assistant university organist
At its June meeting, the Board of Regents formally approved promotion and tenure decisions for four faculty members.
Robert M. Ayres Jr., C'49, H'74, who died June 19 in Austin, Texas, was the University’s 13th vice-chancellor and had a lasting impact on Sewanee.
Vice-Chancellor John McCardell sent a message to campus following the death of Robert M. Ayres Jr., C’49, H’74.