This week at Norwich we celebrate Faculty Scholarship. The kick-off event was the Faculty Scholarship celebration on Monday, October 23rd in the Kreitzberg Library, where recent scholarly works of my colleagues all over campus were on display. Like every year I attend this event, I was in awe of all of the amazing works that my colleagues have produced. I also saw a fantastic group presentation yesterday by Kathleen McDonald, Patricia Ferriera, Lea Williams, and Amy Woodbury-Tease, all faculty members in the Department of English. Each of them presented their schoarly investigations on different literary women throughout history, and I was so intrigued by all of the information they uncovered. These are friends of mine, colleagues I see both professionally and socially, and yet I rarely get such a wonderful opportunity to see the details of the projects they are working on. With the presentations yesterday and the works I’ve seen by my colleagues throughout the week, I’m inspired and motivated to get back into the lab and work on my research!