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Kathleen Connor

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

kathleen.connor@franklin.edu

Education

2007
University of Ottawa
Doctor of Philosophy, Education
1986
University of Alberta (Alberta)
Master of Arts, Anthropology
1980
Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo)
Bachelor of Arts, Archaeology

Certifications

2021
Social & Behavioral Research - Basic, Social & Behavioral Research, 1 - Basic Course, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), Expiration Date: 2024
2011
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership, St. Lawrence University

Work Experience

2021 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor
2019 - 2020
Laura Mckenzie Education Center, Teacher
2017 - 2019
Chief Simeon McKay Education Centre, High School Teacher
2012 - Present
University of Prince Edward Island, Adjunct Professor, Charlottetown
2007 - 2008
New York State Foreign Languages, Public School Teacher, Full-time, New York, New York
2002 - 2003
New York State Foreign Languages, Public School Teacher, Full-time, New York, New York
1998 - 2013
SUNY Potsdam, Adjunct Instructor, Potsdam, New York
1997 - 2001
Clarkson University, Adjunct Professor, Potsdam, New York

Publications & Presentations

Connor, K. (2021). Rab In The North Woods. Snowtown Film Festival - Honorable Mention, Watertown, New York.
Connor, K. (2021). Bear Woman. Not Your Grandma's Screenplay Competition, Los Angeles, CA.
Connor, K. (2007). Cornering the triangle: the dominion-itive role of the realistic animal tale in early 20th century Canadian children’s literature. Postcolonialism, Pedagogy, and Canadian Literature. The University of Ottawa Press.
Connor, K. (2007). Beyond the words of a storyteller: The cine-semiotic play of the abject, terror and community in the Anti-Hunting (Conservationist) Trilogy of Thornton W. Burgess. Trilogy of Thornton W. Burgess. The University of Ottawa Graduate Studies.
Connor, K., Radford, L., & Robertson, J. (2006). Reading Into Sylvia: Interviews on Ashton-Warner's Influence. Sylvia Ashton-Warner and Excitability in Education, pp. 155-172. Peter Lang Publishers.