Kimme Nuckles

Kimme Nuckles teaches online undergraduate and graduate English courses in both writing and literature at University of Maryland University College, Southern New Hampshire University, and Indiana Wesleyan University. Prior to becoming an online professor, she served as an English professor and as dean of general education at Baker College of Auburn Hills, Michigan. Even as an administrator, Kimme taught writing and literature courses. Prior to teaching college, she taught in adult education, alternative education, and high school. She served on the Michigan Council of Teachers of English and the Oakland Literacy Council, and she completed the Red Cedar Writing Project Invitational Summer Institute. She has published book reviews in Teaching English in the Two-Year College and the Journal of Basic Writing e-journal. For Bedford/St. Martin’s, she is co-author of the professional resource The Bedford Bibliography for Teachers of Adult Learners. In addition to co-founding the Special Interest Group on Adult Learners at Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kimme has presented on adult learners at CCCC, Michigan Council of Teachers of English, and the Michigan College English Association conference.

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