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Q&A with 2019 Reckford Lecturer, Dr. Stefani Engelstein

Dr. Stefani Engelstein, Professor and Chair of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literature, Duke University

Dr. Engelstein will deliver the 25th Annual Mary Stevens Reckford Lecture on Monday, February 25. Her lecture titled “The Opposite Sex: A History” will connect literature and science and the idea of “the opposite sex.” We sat down with Dr. Engelstein to learn more about her research and how it lead to her lecture topic.

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Approaches to Writing Across Disciplines

Sophia Ramos

Throughout the years the IAH has been home to many faculty that pursue writing projects of all kinds — from novels, to biographies, and plays. In anticipation of our Fellows Celebration, we’re taking a look back at guests on “The Institute” podcast that shared their approaches to writing, research, and staying inspired.

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Seeing Faculty Support Firsthand

Angela O'Neill, Director of Development Angela O'Neill, Director of Development

As the director of development for the Institute, I am able to witness the dedication to faculty support and the impact that our donors have on campus firsthand, something that I am humbled by every day. Most recently, I was able to observe the final Faculty Fellowship session of the semester, whereby Fellows from six departments across the College discussed the culmination of their research over the last four months…

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The Basis of a Brand

Sophia Ramos, Communications Specialist Sophia Ramos, IAH Communications Specialist

Today, it makes sense that branding is essential to the success of a company. The number of times a person can interact with a company’s brand is higher now more than ever. Branding is a term mentioned frequently across industries, but what exactly is it and why is it important?

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