Ken Hill is a sort of sour grape. Though he has an earnest commitment to the principles of the school, when developing coursework, he tends to be a bit overly critical of… everything. His hairline is beginning to recede and his beard is beginning to salt-and-pepper. He has a practiced professional smile, but those eyes of his are always analyzing. He wears glasses, button-ups and blazers, but never a tie.
Hometown: Ankeny, Iowa
For What It’s Worth – Buffalo Springfield
Dr. Ken Hill lives on campus in the Turrets. He’s one of the more visible figures of the administration, though perhaps not one of the more social ones. He’s frequently seen walking about the campus.
Prior to entering a career in the academic realm, Ken was the program director of an out-patient psychiatric drop-in center that serviced 60-80 clients per day.
From there, he went on to join the faculty at Northwest Missouri State University in the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Counseling. While at Northwest Ken won ten different teaching awards including the universities most prestigious “Tower Service Award” for teaching excellence. While at Northwest, Ken served as a core psychology faculty member, directed the graduate program in school guidance, supervised the Therapeutic Community programs for regional prison systems, and eventually became Chairman of the department.
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Only doing this job as a favor. Obviously doesn’t want to be here.
Campus fun police.