|Terence (Jack) Jackson|
Office: 422 Minard Hall
Jack is the department contact, the go-to person, the one to whom you should direct your questions - if he doesn't know, he'll find out for you.
Jack is a graduate of NDSU, completing his degree in Sociology with an Anthropology minor in May, 2010.
In addition to his duties as point person for a busy and growing academic department, Jack is a writer. His first novel, "Thirty Days and Counting" was published in the spring of 2008. His second novel, which shows off his love for the vampire genre, "Von Dred" was published in the fall of 2009. Continuing with the vampire novel, "The Book of Jacob," a sequel to the story of Von Dred was published in the spring of 2011. All are available at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble as paperbacks and Kindle/Nook Book editions. Jack has published the first in a planned series entitled Blood Underground: Book One - Thavs . The second book is entitled Thom Blood. The third in the series is Blood Revenge, and he is currently working on the other installations of the story which deal with vampires inhabiting the tunnels beneath London. For recent interviews given by this up and coming author, click here, here, or follow his blog here. Terence joined the team at Amazing Stories Magazine as a contributing writer. You can see his profile and postings here.
Last but not least, Jack is now a landowner, in Scotland no less, which entitles him the title Lord of Glencoe and Lachaber.
Stop by the office if you want to chat about Dr. Who or vampires, or if you have questions about any of our majors/minors.
"I can't decide if I'm a geek or a nerd. Maybe a bit of both."
Jack with the last "TARDIS" in London, May 2009