William A. Wyman, “Found in Translation”
William has been teaching at NWU for 36 years. He is professor of music and director of choral activities. He has been recognized as Choral Conductor of the Year, elected to the Music Educators Hall of Fame, received the City of Lincoln Mayor’s Arts Award and was appointed Fulbright Scholar in vocal music teaching in Seoul. The Wesleyan Choir under his leadership has undertaken seven international tours, was nominated for an Emmy Award and has performed on multiple national convention programs. He serves as musical director and conductor of the Lincoln Civic Choir and as director of music at Saint Paul United Methodist Church.
Bradford Tice, “Prairie Wolves in Print”
Bradford received his Ph.D. at the University of Tennessee. His poetry and fiction have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, North American Review, The American Scholar, Alaska Quarterly Review, Mississippi Review, Crab Orchard Review, and Best American Short Stories 2008. He is also the winner of Prairie Schooner’s 2009 Edward Stanley Award for poetry. He currently teaches at Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Judy Muyskens, “Field Notes”
Judy has served as provost and professor of French at NWU since 2008. She oversees Academic Affairs and Student Life, and is engaged in blending these two areas of campus life. Judy received her B.A. from Central College in Pella, Iowa, and her M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio State in second language acquisition and 20th century French literature. She continues to visit French-speaking countries and teach French language courses when time allows. Judy has contributed to professional publications including the Modern Language Journal, Foreign Language Annals, and the ACTFL Foreign Language Education Series. She is also the coauthor of several French textbooks.
Meg Hunt, illustrator, “The Triumph of Spectacle”
Meg is an illustrator and maker of things happily living and working away in the cloudy forests of Portland, Ore. Her illustrations mix retro-pop sensibilities with pattern and texture to make charming and exotic worlds come to life. She loves any excuse to travel, exploring to find secret details, cooking and dreaming up new stories to share. Meg has done work for clients like Oxford University Press, Cartoon Network, Vegetarian Times, Jamie Magazine, Time Out New York, the Washington Post, Utah Valley University, WNYC, HOW Magazine, and many more.