- BA, St. Cloud State University
- MA, St. Cloud State University
Alyssa Kilbourn received her Masters in Rhetoric & Writing from St. Cloud State University in 2016. During her time as a student at St. Cloud State University, she worked as a peer tutor within the writing center, where she tutored graduate, undergraduate, and English Language Learning students. Her thesis examined the collectives superhero television shows created in their narratives and how these collectives were examples of post-humanism.
She began teaching first year composition at St. Cloud State in 2017 before moving down to the cities and becoming an English Department instructor with North Hennepin Community College in 2018.
In 2019, she became faculty advisor for Northern Light, NHCC's undergraduate research journal. The journal is going to have a new home on the NHCC website (a link to which will be added once it is operational) and the current issues of the journal will be published there.
When she's not teaching, she can be found running or playing D&D games, enthusing about Critical Role, and having competitive games of bananagrams.