After I graduated from college, I went to work as a deejay and news writer for a country music radio station. I was a terrible deejay. I would get lost in a novel while the music played and forget to put on the next song until a listener called in to complain. It finally dawned on me that I could turn my passion for writing and literature into a career instead of a hindrance to one. I’ve been teaching ever since—and I still smile every time I hear dead air on the radio.
Lee Kahan, Associate Professor
Office Location: Wiekamp Hall, Room 3300F
Office Phone: (574) 520-4305
B.A. Averett College
M.A. Eastern Kentucky University
Ph.D. University at Buffalo, SUNY