Kirsten Gudgeon got her B.A. and M.A. in English at the University of North Dakota. After receiving her M.A. in Fall 2015, she began her professional career as the Administrative Secretary in the Department of Communication. Kirsten updates the Communication website and manages the department's social media platforms. Kirsten enjoys welcoming new and returning students, and helping students and faculty with various projects. She also enjoys writing, playing cello, singing, and playing card games.
English 110: Composition I
English 130: Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences
Composition and Rhetoric; focusing on how empathy is taught, and how it can be taught as a transferable skill. There is an assumption with a college education that students automatically gain the ability to be empathetic, and in extension, better world citizens. However, these skills are not explicitly taught in the classroom to illustrate how students begin to understand the motivations of others.
"Territorial Advances." North Dakota Quarterly: Mobile Edition.
A.A. from Central Lakes College
B.A. in English from University of North Dakota
M.A. in English from University of North Dakota