Academic Skills Center
Dr. Catherine Kelly is a contributing faculty member in Walden University's Center for Academic Excellence. She earned a PhD in English, an MA in Corporate and Public Communication, a BA in Journalism, and an AA in Communication. Teaching is her passion, and she has approximately 10 years of experience teaching a variety of English and communication courses.
Dr. Kelly's research interests include sociolinguistics and media studies. Her social change interests include language access and media portrayals. She has presented at various national and regional conferences on such subjects as film portrayals of the American Dream and effective practices in the composition and communication classrooms.
CAEX 6055/6056 - Graduate Writing I: Basic Composition Skills
CAEX 6065/6066 - Graduate Writing II: Intermediate Composition Skills
CAEX 6070/6071 - Graduate Writing III: Advanced Composition Skills
CAEX 3100/3101 - Skills for Academic Integrity
CAEX 8350/8351 - Writing a Literature Review
CAEX 8100/8105 - Doctoral Writing Workshop: Preproposal
CAEX 8010/8015 - Revising and Editing the Proposal
CAEX 8030/8035 - Doctoral Writing Workshop: Revising and Editing the Literature Review
CAEX 8040/8045 - Revising and Editing the Methods Section
PhD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Indiana, PA United States
English Language Program at Holy Name of Jesus Parish, Volunteer Consultant - Washington, DC
Awards / Honors
Faculty Excellence Award, Walden University, 2020
CAEX Faculty Award in Consistency and Student Satisfaction, The Center for Academic Excellence (Walden University), 2018
Exemplary Teaching of Literacy and Language Award, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, English: Composition and TESOL Program, 2013
Kelly, C. (2014). [Review of the book Plagiarism, Intellectual Property and the Teaching of L2 Writing, by J. Bloch]. TESOL Journal.