Kelley D. McKay FuemmelerMs. McKay and Bentley

English Department
Assistant Professor
(660) 831-4234
Ferguson Center 203

Expertise: American Literature, Cultural Studies and Sherman Alexie.

Teaches: Composition and Humanities.

Kelley McKay Fuemmeler is a Marshall, MO, resident and is proud to be teaching at her alma mater. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1999 with a double major in English and History. In 2001, she earned her Master of Arts degree in English with an emphasis on Cultural Studies from Kansas State University. One of the highlights of her graduate career was the honor of interviewing author Sherman Alexie for her Master's Project.

With the exception of one year spent teaching grades 7-12, Mrs. Fuemmeler has been employed by Missouri Valley College since 2002. She is currently an Instructor in the Communications, Humanities, and Human Services division, mainly teaching Rhetoric and Composition as well as Literature and Composition courses. She is also the contact person for the Interdisciplinary Studies program.