Edward Dauterich | e-Inside | March 5, 2018 | Kent State University

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Edward Dauterich

Professor
Department of English
Kent Campus

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Teaching literature and writing courses. Currently working on a special assignment with the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, as well as serving as a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Teaching and Learning and on the Faculty Senate Executive Committee.

WORKED AT KENT STATE SINCE:

September 1997

EMPLOYMENT PRIOR TO KENT STATE UNIVERSITY:

University of Cincinnati

LIKES MOST ABOUT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY:

The chance to interact with students on a regular basis and help them recognize how the humanities, and specifically English literature, connect with their own lives and concerns. The enthusiasm that students show on a regular basis is inspiring.

ATTRACTION TO KENT STATE UNIVERSITY AS AN EMPLOYER:

I appreciate the diverse, flexible environment at Kent State, and the strong support that they offer to faculty. I especially like working at a university where a large number of the students are the first in their families to pursue a college degree.

RESIDES IN:

Kent, Ohio

HOMETOWN:

Cincinnati, Ohio

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. in English (Kent State University); M.A. in English (University of Cincinnati); B.A. in English (University of Cincinnati)

HOBBIES:

Gardening, brewing beer, cooking and playing Candyland with my four-year-old son. He usually wins.