• Biography

    With a background in Economics and Linguistics, Kathleen Cuyler graduated from the University of North Texas with two Master’s degrees: one in English with a concentration in Milton Studies and one in Technical Writing.

    During her studies, Kathleen Cuyler has presented at the following conferences: In October 2007, she presented “The Ebb and Flow of Milton’s Lycidas" at the Annual Conference on John Milton in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In October 2009, she presented “’To rise on your hearth’: Fire and Authority in Jane Eyre” at the UNT Critical Voices Conference in Denton, Texas. In March 2010, she presented “John Paul Jones, Technical Writer” for the CEA Conference in San Antonio, Texas. In October 2014, she co-presented on "From Gateways to Pathways for Latino Students at CBC" at the HACU conference in Denver, Colorado.  In December 2015, she co-presented at SACSCOC Annual Convention in Houston, Texas on "Career-Focused Student Learning." 

    Kathleen Cuyler has worked for Coastal Bend College since August 2010. Before coming to Coastal Bend College, she taught as a teaching assistant and teaching fellow at the University of North Texas. She assisted with LING 3060, an intro to Linguistics course, and taught ENTW 2700, a sophomore level technical writing course, and ENGL 1311, a freshman level college composition course.

    At Coastal Bend College, she has taught IRW 0311, IRW 0312, and NCBW 0112, ENGL 1301 Composition I, 1302 Composition II, 2322 British Literature I, 2323 British Literature II, 2311 Technical and Business Writing, and 2341 Forms of Literature: Film. In addition to her teaching career, she has worked as a temporary procedure writer for JP Morgan Chase in Lewisville, Texas, and, to this day, works as a freelance editor. She is currently under contract to write a Composition 2 textbook for Kona Publishing.