Pamela Kincheloe

Assistant Professor

Dr. Kincheloe was raised in sunny Miami, Florida, and attended school in Orlando, where she double-majored in both Art and English, graduating Cum Laude. She then went on to get her Masters in English Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with an emphasis on Medieval Literature. She completed her doctoral studies in American Literature (19th century women's poetry) at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. She taught for two years for the University of Georgia system, then came to the northern wastelands in 2000 to teach at NTID. She is currently at work on a book about cochlear implants and how the identity of those with implants is currently represented in American culture.  

She is married to Steve DeBalso, and has two boys: Michael (6) and Jesse (4). They live in the burbs with their psycho kitty C.C. (Christmas Cat) Wonderful. Dr K’s hobbies include reading, illustrating children’s books, reading, cooking, reading, buying books for her future bookstore, reading them, watching Ghost Adventures, and reading.

"Dr. K," or “Dr. Kill,” as she is known, has taught the range of writing courses for COLA.  
Teaches: 0502-111 Written Comm II, 0502-227 Writing Seminar, 0504-319 Arts of Expression, LCS