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Nonfiction Writer Katie O'Reilly

The Nature of Creative Research: MFA Creative Writing Candidates Present Their Theses

For third-year Master of Fine Arts (MFA) creative writing candidates, the end of spring semester is a stressful time full of frantic writing, revising and meetings with advisors. These master’s students have been polishing their manuscript-length theses of carefully researched fiction, nonfiction and poetry for graduation and, if they’re lucky, publication. This is the case for third-year University of North Carolina Wilmington MFA students Diane Sorensen (fiction), Cathe Shubert (poetry) and Katie O’Reilly (nonfiction).


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Crus-NC Program Brings Student Researchers to the Coast

This spring, the University of North Carolina Wilmington launched a new program called Coastal Research for Undergraduate Students in North Carolina (Crus-NC). The program is a semester-long opportunity to engage students in coastal research alongside mentors in their chosen field at one of North Carolina’s coastal marine labs.


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Mapping the Brain in UNCW’s Trauma and Resilience Lab

Child abuse and child neglect are the two of the most preventable catalysts that lead to mental health problems in adulthood. This is why Kate Nooner, associate professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, has dedicated so much time and effort into her Trauma and Resilience Lab. The goal of the lab is to integrate neuroscience into studying risk and resilience behaviors following childhood trauma and abuse.


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