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Quarterly Writing Workshops
An opportunity for faculty to advance their ideas and hone their writing on specific projects geared for wide public audiences.
Faculty members share their insights and experiences that changed the trajectory of their lives, personally and/or professionally.
Voices from the Future
Stories from dozens of survivors of extreme weather events crafted for multiple platforms, including print, digital, video and theatrical.
Periodic events bringing authors and other storytellers to campus to share their insights about the creative process, the power of story and the potential to change lives. “Chesapeake Requiem” author Earl Swift will speak on Oct. 8 on vanishing Tangier Island and Oct. 9 on "Apocalyptic Visions and Telling the Story of Our Climate Future."
Apocalyptic Thinking and Climate Change
A two-year research-and-writing project for 15+ faculty and graduate students in partnership with the Global Futures Laboratory and the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict. Read about this in Times Higher Education: "Scholars Need to Act with Greater Urgency."
A short book series published by Bloomsbury for which the NSI identifies potential book projects and works with faculty to prepare them to pitch and write. First book to be published April 2020.
A deep-dive narrative work for print and video examining the impact of rising waters and the response by local populations along the U.S. East Coast and beyond.
A research-and-writing project focused on space exploration and the potential of all kinds of exploration to expand our knowledge of what it means to be human.
Dept. of Psychology/Biodesign Institute
School of Historical, Philosophical and
Wanda Dalla Costa
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
School of Earth and Space Exploration
Lightworks/Global Futures Laboratory
Dept. of English
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
School for the Future of Innovation in
School of Music/Arts, Media and
Dept. of English