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Jeffrey Weinstock receives President’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Central Michigan University English faculty member and graduate program coordinator Jeffrey Weinstock has received the President’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity. The President’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity was created for peers to select and recognize outstanding senior faculty members for scholarship of national and international merit. Weinstock is a scholar of Gothic, horror and fantasy, with work covering a wide scope of American literature. During his four years at CMU, Weinstock ushered four monographs into print, managed four compilations of critical essays, edited the collected fiction of H.P. Lovecraft and generated six book chapters. He also has authored 14 publications and 17 essays while at CMU. Weinstock’s areas of expertise cover a scope of American literature including colonial, 19th-century romanticism and realism, 20th-century modernism and postmodernism, 19th- and 20th-century poetry, women’s literature, Native American literature, and African-American literature.

Amy Carpenter Ford has been named Honors Faculty Member of the Year. She has also been awarded two years of funding through an Early Career grant for her research project, “Teaching across Difference: Preparing K-12 Teachers for Diversity through English Language Arts.”

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