Mr. Darrell Stover
Darrell Stover, Program Director, earned a Bachelor of General Studies from the University of Maryland-College Park, an M.A. in creative non-fiction emphasizing science writing from Johns Hopkins University, and was awarded a Council for the Advancement of Science Writing Fellow at Virginia Tech University. He comes to the North Carolina Humanities Council from the Page-Walker Arts and History Center in Cary, North Carolina, where he served as cultural arts program specialist for five years. Prior to that, he was Program Director for St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation/Hayti Heritage Center in Durham, North Carolina. Stover is a poet, blues and jazz enthusiast, and a science writer/editor. He has worked with the Council as a We the People participant, as a Linda Flowers Literary Award judge, and as a project director or scholar for several Humanities Council grants. Stover came to the Council in 2008.