Colorado Christian University
Dr. Katherine Hyon

Dr. Katherine Hyon

Faculty Spotlight

Degrees and Experience
  • Ph.D. English-Creative Writing (Georgia State University)
  • M.F.A. Creative Writing-Fiction (Florida International University)
  • B.A. English (Boston College)
Biography and Professional Achievements

Invitation to President’s 4.0 Luncheon, where 4.0 students are honored and recognize one faculty member whom they believe contributed greatly to their success. (Kennesaw State University, 2011)

Original story, “X-ray,” recognized as “Top 25” by Glimmer Train Magazine, July 2008 Family Matters Competition.

Teaching Assistant Excellence in Teaching Merit Recognition. (Florida International University, 2001)

  • "Peer Review in the Composition Classroom." English Composition Teaching Workshop, Kennesaw State University (2013).
  • Panel Chair: “Contingency and Universality: Pedagogy, Translation, and Other Areas of Uneven Development.” International World Literature Conference, Kennesaw State University (2012).
  • “Language as Mediation and the Role of the Translator in Tolkien’s Mythology.” Film & History League Conference, Chicago, IL (2008).
Faith and Learning

CCU's commitment to the integration of faith and learning truly sets it apart from other institutions. Growing up, I didn't always feel like my faith was relevant to my love of literature and writing until I had a teacher who allowed me to explore those connections. I hope to encourage in my students the same idea that what they love--whether it be literature, writing, or any other subject--is not divorced from who they are in Christ and that in fact they are vital and integral components of who He created us to be.