Kevin Moberg, assistant professor of English and education, came to DSU in 2006 to serve as the Writing Center and Supplemental Instruction Coordinator. In that capacity, he oversaw the training of writing tutors and co-taught basic writing courses in collaboration with English faculty members. In 2008 he joined the Department of Teacher Education as a faculty member and served four years as chair of the department. In 2017 he joined the Department of Language and Literature but continues to serve the Department of Teacher Education as its co-chair. He teaches composition, literature, linguistics, and secondary English teaching methods courses. Prior to working at DSU, Mr. Moberg taught high school English, theatre, speech, and French. He also taught human relations and communications courses at a community college, and he was the Assistant Director of the Composition Program in the Department of English at the University of North Dakota. Mr. Moberg’s scholarly interests are in educational technology, literacy development, and PreK-12 teacher preparation, including the preparation of future English teachers.