Vetter Awarded Research Grant from Wikimedia Foundation 

Matthew Vetter (Department of English) has been awarded a research grant from the Wikimedia Foundation (the nonprofit behind Wikipedia) as part of an international team that includes Brett Buttliere (University of Warsaw) and Sage Ross (Wiki Education Foundation).  


Siddique Publishes Book Chapter on Post-COVID Teaching Practices in Rural India

Zeeshan Siddique and co-authors Mehebub Sahana, lecturer of geography and environmental planning, University of Manchester (UK), and Sanjida Parveen (PhD), postdoctoral candidate in the Department of English at the University of Manchester, published a book chapter in the scholarly collection "COVID-19 in South Asia: Society, Economy, and Politics."

Vetter Publishes Article on Student Reactions to Wikipedia's Gender Politics 

Matt Vetter and co-authors Jialei Jiang, Mahmoud Othman, and Mercy Muguimi, all former or current IUP doctoral students in English, have published “Navigating the Emotional Terrain of Wikipedia Writing: A Feminist Affective Analysis of Student Writers’ Engagement with the ‘Be Bold’ Guideline” in the journal Computers and Composition. 

Zeeshan Siddique: Teaching the Stories of Climate Change

Drawing on his strong personal connection to environmental advocacy, Zeeshan Saddique, a doctoral candidate in IUP's Literature and Criticism PhD program, designed his fall 2023 section of the course to foster environmental stewardship through the study of narrative.


Vetter Publishes Article on Ethical Uses of AI in Writing Classroom

Matt Vetter and co-authors (all former or current IUP doctoral students in English) published "Towards a Framework for Local Interrogation of AI Ethics: A Case Study on Text Generators, Academic Integrity, and Composing with ChatGPT" in the journal Computers and Composition.


Vetter Publishes Article on Ethics of Structured Data in Public Domain

Matt Vetter (Department of English) and co-author Zach McDowell (University of Illinois, Chicago) recently published an article in the International Journal of Communication. "The Realienation of the Commons: Wikidata and the Ethics of 'Free' Data" interrogates ethical issues related to Creative Commons Zero licensing in one of the most influential engines of the semantic web.