- Eighth Annual SCT Graduate Student Research Forum [03.03.06]
- Fall 2005 Semester Party December 9 [12.12.05]
- Sad News: Richard Woodard has Died [10.22.05]
- EndNote Available via Temple Site License [09.12.05]
- Sad News: Sidra Lombard has Died [09.12.05]
Eighth Annual SCT Graduate Student Research Forum [03.03.06]
Students, faculty, and friends of the MM&C Program attended the Eighth Annual SCT Graduate Student Research Forum, which was held on Friday February 24, 2006. Seventeen MM&C students presented their research at the Forum, revealing both the breadth and the depth of work being done in our program. Special congratulations go to the authors of the award-winning papers: Leanne Chang, Sue Robinson, and Melissa Lenos. And special thanks go to the GRF faculty committee who organized this event: chair Michael Maynard, Jan Fernback, Nancy Morris, and Renee Hobbs.
- Call for Papers
- Forum program
Members of the MM&C community celebrated the end of the fall 2005 semester on Friday, December 9th at the home of Professor Matthew Lombard in Center City Philadelphia. MM&C director Carolyn Kitch wrote that the party “was one of our best-attended in a long time, and there was a wonderful variety of excellent food and drink. Many thanks go to: Matthew Lombard, who opened his home to us; everyone who brought delicious food; and the first-year MMC students who did a great job organizing the event. This was the last party we will have at Quince Street, and we are especially grateful to Matthew for his hospitality there for many years.”
MM&C director Carolyn Kitch has reported the very sad news of the death of MM&C student Richard Woodard. Few details are available on what happened but Richard was reported to have died from natural causes. Carolyn was Richard’s advisor and wrote the following in a post to the MMC listserv: “As many of you know, Richard was an enthusiastic, inquisitive, and supportive student, researcher, and teacher. He had finished his coursework and was working on preparing for his exams and writing his dissertation proposal, which was to be on male body imagery in men’s magazines. I am sure that this work would have made an important contribution to gender scholarship. Certainly he will be greatly missed as a colleague and a friend.”Â Letters of condolence can by sent to Richard’s mother at this address:
110 River Drive
Beaufort, North Carolina 28516
EndNote Available via Temple Site License [09.12.05]
EndNote software, which helps users organize and manage bibliographic materials, is available free to MM&C students through a site license program at Temple. To obtain a copy, please send an e-mail message to the SCT technology administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment to pick up the software; please specify your platform choice (i.e. Windows or Macintosh).
Sad News: Sidra Lombard has Died [09.12.05]
MM&C director Carolyn Kitch has announced the sad news that Sidra Lombard, Matthew Lombard’s dog who played an important role at MM&C semester parties and elsewhere in making us all feel like a community, died on August 30, 2005. Click here for more information about, and pictures of, Sidra.
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