- Senior Lecturer
- Department: English
- Mailing Address: Mattox 101
- Email: email@example.com
- Expert Areas: Listening instruction; C.S. Lewis; Creative NonFiction
Dr. Jacqueline Kohl has taught at EKU since 2011. After graduation from Miami of Ohio, she worked as a newspaper reporter for several years before switching to governmental public relations work. She has taught various summers for the Governor's Scholar Program either in dramatic expression or creative writing/literary analysis.
Other pursuits include directing a summer writing camp for grades 3-12 every summer and portraying two historical characters for the Kentucky Humanities Council: pioneer educator Alice Lloyd and ABC mystery author Sue Grafton. Her doctorate work was in listening instruction and a copy of her final work, Effective Listening Practices for College Students, is uploaded in the EKU library website ENCOMPASS.
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