Kathleen Koch

  • Tampa US-FL
Kathleen Koch

Education

Education
1994 - 1998

Doctor of Letters

Drew University

DISSERTATION:  Wine-Dark Sea, and Other Works

DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION FIELDS

Major Field:      Medieval Literature

Minor Field:      17th-Century Literature

Major Figure:    Shakespeare

Genre:              British Novel

Related Field:  Medieval Philosophy

1987 - 1994

Master of Philosophy

Drew University
1980 - 1983

Master of Arts

Keene State College
1975 - 1979

Bachelor of Science in Education

Keene State College

Work History

Work History
2004 - Present

Collegiate Professor

University of Maryland University College--Europe

Teach on-site at US military installations in Germany, Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, and the Middle East.

Courses Taught

  • Fundamentals of Writing and Grammar
  • Introduction to Writing
  • Expository and Research Writing
  • Writing for Managers
  • Advanced Business Writing
  • Advanced Technical Writing
  • Resume Writing
  • Information Literacy and Research Methods
  • Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama
  • Major Works of Shakespeare
  • Foundations of Speech Communication (Communication Theory and Public Speaking)
Aug 2001 - Dec 2001

Lecturer

Rutgers University

Courses Taught

  • Expository Writing
Jan 2000 - Jun 2001

Instructor

Livingston High School

Courses Taught

  • American Literature:  Colonial Period to Contemporary
1988 - 1998

Lecturer

Drew University

Taught 1988-1990 and 1993-1998.

Courses Taught

  • Writing I
  • Business Writing
  • Literary Analysis
Aug 1993 - Dec 1993

Instructor

Montclair State University

Courses Taught

  • Freshman Composition
  • British Literature I:  Beowulf to Milton
Jan 1990 - Dec 1991

Lecturer

Oklahoma State University

Courses Taught

  • Freshman Composition
  • Masterpieces of Literature
1983 - 1987

Assistant Professor

Hawthorne College

Courses Taught

  • Freshman Composition
  • Business Communication
  • Creative Writing
  • Journalism
  • Introduction to Literature
  • Introduction to Drama
  • Shakespeare:  Tragedies and Comedies
  • Comparative Mythology
  • Humanities I and II
  • Oral Communications

Additional Duties and Accomplishments

  • Directed Freshman Composition Program
  • Introduced Writing Across the Curriculum
  • Conducted courses at off-site locations for Adult/Continuing Education Program, including the New Hampshire State Prison
1982 - 1983

Lecturer

Keene State College

Courses Taught

  • Freshman Composition
  • Introduction to Literature