Kimberly MacQueen
Kimberly MacQueen
Affiliated with Creative Media, Graphic Design & Digital Media, Management of Creative Media, Professional Writing
Biography

Kim MacQueen serves as a Faculty Advisor to students in the Professional Writing, Creative Media, Communications and Film programs, and is Managing Editor for the Center for Publishing, which produces Weathervane, The Well, Willard & Maple and other print and digital publishing projects. She also serves as an Adjunct Instructor in the Professional Writing program.

MacQueen has been involved in higher education since 1988. She has served as Assistant Editor of Florida State University's Research in Review magazine and Editor of the alumni magazine at Fordham University, and has freelanced for a wide range of educational and institutional publications. She has been a grant writer and administrator at Brevard College and Georgia State University, and has developed courses for Champlain as well as for the State of Florida and the Association of Institutional Researchers.

She is currently a student at Bay Path University's MFA program in Creative Nonfiction and is working on a book-length collection of personal essays. 

Outside of academia, MacQueen is interested in Zen Buddhism and great photography. She is a sucker for funny writing and smart stand-up comedy. 

Professional Associations
  • NACADA Global Community for Academic Advising
  • Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP)
  • Vermont Women in Higher Education

Publications

MacQueen is the author of two novels: Out, Out: A Novel of Women and Apes, published by Jungo Books, and People Who Hate America, published by Champlain Books