School of Interdisciplinary Studies|
Bachelor of Applied Health Information Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – Accounting, Audit, and Information Technology
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – International Business Management
Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice (Honours)
Bachelor of Environmental Public Health (Honours)
Academic and Professional Designations |
Coordinator, Diploma Electives, School of Interdisciplinary Studies
ENGL71000 - Academic Communications
ENGL72000 - Professional Communications
ENGL72200 - Desire in Literature
ENGL71040 - Postmodern Identity in Popular Culture
Areas of Expertise & Interest|
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities|
Literature and communications professor at a variety of colleges and universities over the past 25 years.
Department coordinator, first for degree and technical communications courses and then for all communications courses until 2017.
Currently coordinating Interdisciplinary Studies breadth electives.
Active member of the Conference on College Composition and Communication through which I stay current regarding the latest studies on effective adult education in the communications field.
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications |
Course creation: COMM1085, ENGL71000, ENGL72000, ENGL71200, currently working on a literature elective on popular culture.
Pike, K.H. (2010). Theories of the Fantastic: Postmodernism, Game Theory, and Modern Physic. T-Space,
Pike, K.H. (1998)
“Bitextual Pleasures: Camp, Parody, and the Fantastic Film.”
Film Literature Quarterly.
Bowling Green, KY