Faculty Author Exhibition 2022

The Faculty Author Exhibition highlights the published works by Utah State University's faculty during the past year. During the event, held annually in the Merrill-Cazier Library, a select number of the authors will give a public presentation about their work and publication.

Speaker's at the Faculty Author Exhibition will be three of this year's faculty authors: Joe Wilson, Rebecca Walton, and Felipe Valencia.

Date: Monday, April 11
Time: 3:30 p.m.
Location: New Books Lounge of the Merrill-Cazier Library

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Man speaking to a seated crowd at the 2019 Faculty Author Exhibition
Dr. Cristopher Monz presents during Faculty Author Exhibition 2019.

Dr. Joe Wilson

Dr. Joe Wilson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, in the College of Science, and is an evolutionary ecologist interested in the drivers of diversification in insects. His research interests include the evolution of aposematism and color mimicry in insects. Joe Wilson also earned the researcher of the year award and the professor of the year award in 2014. This year, he published, “Common Bees of Eastern North America,” and will speak on this book at this event. 

Dr. Rebecca Walton

Dr. Rebecca Walton is the associate dean and professor in the department of English, in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Her research interests include social justice, human rights, and qualitative methods for cross-cultural research. She has collaborated with organizations such as the Red Cross, Mercy Corps, and World vision to conduct research in countries including Uganda, Kygyztan, and Bolivia. Her co-authored work has won five national awards in the past four years. This year, she published the book “Equipping Technical Communicators for Social Justice Work: Theories, Methodologies as Pedagogies,” and will speak on this book at the event.

Dr. Felipe Valencia

Dr. Felipe Valencia is an associate professor in Spanish, in the World Languages and Cultures Department in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. His research interests include early modern Spanish literature, poetry, early modern medicine, and much more. He has earned twice Tanner Talks Series in the amount of $12,000 for “The Global Renaissance” from 2018-2019, and for “Poetry the Stranger” from 2017-2018. He will speak on his book, “The Melancholy Void" at this event.