Adjunct Faculty, Writing Department
Kim Cullen Rawley became an Adjunct Professor of Writing at Woodbury University in the fall of 2008 and has taught WRIT 111 and WRIT 112. She has served in the Writing Consultant Program and participates in the C- Portfolio Workshop assessment. Prof. Rawley finished a certificate in online teaching and is very interested in how multimedia can facilitate learning through online instruction. She believes that writing is a skill that anyone who truly desires to can acquire or improve upon.
Professor Rawley finished college while she was the features editor and columnist for the Antelope Valley Press, a suburban daily newspaper. For ten years, she wrote stories, managed and mentored reporters, and supervised layout for 14 pages a week, winning awards along the way from the National Newspaper Association, National Newspaper News Executives, Suburban Newspaper Association, and the Associated Press. The Antelope Valley Press weekly lifestyle column, which she continued to write freelance after she left the paper in 2008, has recently been taken online in the form of a blog.
M.A. English, California State University Bakersfield Antelope Valley
B.A. English, California State University Bakersfield Antelope Valley