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Kimberly Dyer

Kimberly Dyer

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Associations

  • Community College Humanities Association
    Member 01/2012 – Current
  • American Historical Association
    Member 12/2011 – Current
  • Achieving the Dream
    Transition to College Initiative - Member 09/2010 – Current

Education History

  • Master of Arts History (05/2010)
    Wayne State University
  • Bridge Certificate in World History World History (08/2009)
    Wayne State University
  • Bachelor of Science Business Administration - MIS (05/2000)
    University of Vermont

Languages

  • French
    • Speaking level: Intermediate
    • Reading level: Intermediate
  • Latin
    • Speaking level: Novice
    • Reading level: Intermediate
  • Spanish
    • Speaking level: Beginner
    • Reading level: Beginner

Honors & Awards

  • Honorary Membership in Sigma Alpha Pi (04/2011)
    This student nominated award is given to select faculty members for inspiring a deeper commitment to education, and excellence in developing leadership in students.
  • Rare Book School Scholarship (10/2010)
  • Rolf/Jennie Johannessen Memorial Scholarship (04/2009)
    This award is given out by Wayne State University to students each year for writing the best research paper with a focus on Roman history. I received this award for my analysis of the Vita of Perpetua and Felicity.

Presentations

  • Chinese History: From Neolithic Times to the Ming Dynasty: The Short Version, 12/09/2011
    “Chinese History: From Neolithic Times to the Ming Dynasty: The Short Version”, Baker College, Clinton Township, MI. Baker History Faculty Content Review. Guest Lecturer, December 9, 2011.
  • Chinese History: From Neolithic Times to the Ming Dynasty: The Short Version, 08/11/2011
    “Chinese History: From Neolithic Times to the Ming Dynasty: The Short Version”, Baker College, Clinton Township, MI. Preparing Students for the MTTC. Guest Lecturer, August 11, 2011.
  • Enhancing Communications between High Schools and Community Colleges, 10/15/2010
    “Enhancing Communications between High Schools and Community Colleges”, Michigan College English Association Conference, Dearborn, MI. Given with Lisa Lark, October 15, 2010.