Kevin Moberg came to Dickinson State University in 2006 to serve as the Writing Center
and Supplemental Instruction Coordinator. In that capacity, he oversaw the training
of tutors, offered academic workshops for students and faculty, and co-taught writing
courses with English professors.
In 2008 Mr. Moberg joined the Department of Teacher Education (now the School of Education)
as a faculty member, later serving as department chair from 2013 to 2018. His work
in the School of Education includes supervising student teachers and teaching courses
on secondary curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. For the West River Teacher Center,
he teaches professional development graduate credit courses for area teachers seeking
In 2017 Mr. Moberg began a dual appointment to two departments, joining the Department
of Language and Literature (now the Department of Arts and Letters). He teaches courses
on writing, grammar, linguistics, and literature, including adolescent literature.
For education majors, he offers courses on secondary teaching methods in English language
arts, communication, and theatre arts.
Prior to working at Dickinson State University, Mr. Moberg taught high school English,
theatre, speech, and French. He also taught human relations and communications courses
at a community and technical college; and he was the Assistant Director of the Composition
Program at a research university, teaching in the Department of English and supervising
instructors of writing courses.
Mr. Moberg’s scholarly interests are in young adult literature, Great Plains literature,
grammar and linguistics pedagogy, writing pedagogy, higher education leadership, educational
technology, and teacher education, including the preparation of future teachers of
English, speech, and theatre.