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English language educator

Pat Huyett, American English language educator. Member National Council Teachers English, Missouri Modern Language Association, Feminist Writers Guild, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Huyett, Pat was born on April 27, 1951 in Kansas City, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Charles Kile and Amy (Eaton) Huyett.

Education

Bachelor in English, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1981. Master of Arts in English and Creative Writing, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1983.

Career

Coordinator cooperative education, U. Missouri, Kansas City, 1979-1984; lecturer department English, U. Missouri, Kansas City, since 1982; coordinator writing assessment, U. Missouri, Kansas City, since 1992. Instructor Inroads Inc., Kansas City, 1990-1992, Kansas City The Art Institute of Chicago, since 1989, Penn Valley Community College, Kansas City, 1984-1985. Coordinator Longboat Key (Florida) Writers Conference, 1985.

Board directors Missouri Colloquium on WritingAssessment, 1992. Visiting poet Kansas City Community College, 1992. Co-founder linked courses program U. Missouri, 1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Managing editor: Uni-Sun Publications, Kansas City, 1987-1990. Associate editor: BkMk Press, Kansas City, 1985-1987. Author: The Dowry of Donna Beach, 1989.

      Co-author: The Diving Duck of Atitlan, 1989. Contributor: Kansas City Outloud, 1989, Assessment in Practice, 1996. Editor: Rolfing: Stories of Empowerment, 1991.

      Editorial assistant: New Letters, 1986-1991. Guest author: Riverfront Poetry Series, 1990-1997, Simpson House Readings Series, 1987-1992.

Membership

Member National Council Teachers English, Missouri Modern Language Association, Feminist Writers Guild, Phi Kappa Phi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: blues singing, Reiki practice.

Connections

father:
Charles Kile Huyett

mother:
Amy (Eaton) Huyett