Mrs. Patricia Kuhn
Northeastern State University
Mrs. Patricia Kuhn has taught courses in education, technology, business, marketing, information systems, Internet applications, human resources management and human resources development as a Wal-Mart facilitator, a Tyson training specialist, at the University of Arkansas, and as an adjunct professor at Webster University and John Brown University. She has taught at Northeastern State University for four years.
Kuhn was a lecturer in the College of Education at the University of Arkansas for five years. She taught classes in educational methods and supervised student teacher interns in the public schools. She was previously an elementary school teacher for the third through fifth grades in public schools in Maryland.
In 1993, Kuhn became a facilitator/content developer for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Bentonville, Ark. She developed curriculum documentation and conducted continuing education classes in corporate history and philosophy; human resources; ethics, management policy; time management; conflict skills; business communication; customer service skills; and computer skills for corporate and store managers at corporate headquarters and in the field.
Kuhn was approached by Tyson Foods, Inc. and offered the opportunity to work as a technical writer/training specialist. It was there that she received extensive computer training. She designed Web sites; developed GUIs (graphical user interfaces) for ease of information browsing and retrieval; and wrote and maintained online help and Web sites, technical articles, executive speeches and training manuals. She also designed layouts and took photographs for online publications and other marketing materials. She helped design curriculum for corporate classes in information systems, human resources, educational training, return on investment and ethics.
Kuhn was recruited to become the internet/intranet manager for Staffmark, LLC. While there, she worked under the marketing department, helping with brochures and also online marketing. The company was sold and moved its corporate headquarters to Little Rock, Ark.
Kuhn is presently a professor of educational technology at Northeastern State University. She is also the CEO of Kuhn Management, a successful real estate investment company in Fayetteville, Ark.
Kuhn graduated from Towson University in Baltimore with a B.S. in education and a minor in media. She earned an MSE, summa cum laude, with a concentration in reading and educational technology from the University of Central Arkansas. She earned an Ed.S. degree, summa cum laude, in adult education with a minor in human resources development from the University of Arkansas. She earned an MBA, also summa cum laude, from Webster University in St. Louis. Mo. Her academic career has been highlighted with grants and awards such as:
- The Johns Hopkins' National Search Award (for Computing to Assist Persons with Disabilities)
- Who's Who in American Education nominee
- Outstanding Educator Award - University of Arkansas, Phi Delta Kappa
- Outstanding Teacher of the Year - Arkansas Association of Public Continuing and Adult Education
- Project ATR 86-15-18, Resource Learning Lab Grant to obtain microcomputers and software to enhance individual instruction
- William T. Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching nominee
- The 2004 David Steward Faculty Award (Integration of Technology in Teaching)
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