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UK Instructor

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Ace Weekly
486 W. 2Nd St
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
United States

 
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www.aceweekly.com, 17 Mar 2010 [cached]
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12.02.09 - Fundraising for UK instructor Kelly Feinberg
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University of Kentucky faculty, staff and graduate students are coming together to help one of their own as she enters her second bout with cancer. Writing instructor Kelly Feinberg, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2009 and with metastasized cancer in her liver in September, will be the beneficiary of a silent auction to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, in the UK Student Center Small Ballroom.
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English department doctoral candidate and teaching assistant Leah Bayens says of Feinberg, "Kelly and I worked on a curriculum development committee together a few semesters back, and her genuine enthusiasm for community engagement impressed me.
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We were fleshing out food-themed course plans, and one day, Kelly came to our meeting so excited to tell us about a discovery she'd made. She'd been listening to NPR and heard a segment called Hidden Kitchens. The segment detailed how a woman in Montgomery, Alabama operated a restaurant out of her home that helped fuel the civil rights movement. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other members of the SCLC would gather at Georgia Gilmore's home, eat, and make plans for civil disobedience. Kelly found a perfect example of how something as personal as food played an integral part in broader civic and social issues. And she was chomping at the bit to share this with her students. She was excited, we were excited, and I knew her students would be, too. This, to me, is the essence of how Kelly ticks on a professional and personal level."
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Perhaps most humbling, though, is the positive spirit Kelly has maintained throughout her physical trials, keeping her chin up for herself, her son, her husband and her friends. For all of these reasons, it's important for us to support Kelly in any way we can as she works through this difficult time in her life."
Debi MacQuown, English instructor at UK, says "When I first moved into the desk next to Kelly's in POT 1306, she made me feel very welcomed.
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All proceeds from the silent auction - as well as a benefit concert to be scheduled in the future - will assist Feinberg and her family with the enormous medical and living expenses they face.
Feinberg and her husband Matt, a graduate student in the UK Department of Hispanic Studies, are the parents of a 16- month-old son, Ari. Feinberg is also known among her colleagues as an avid gardener, crafter, and compassionate co-worker.
"From the first time I met Kelly at our Writing Program new instructor orientation, I admired her.
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Another former UK English instructor and friend of Feinberg's says, ""Kelly and I entered Writing Program 'boot camp' at the same time, and I immediately was drawn to her. She was so genuine and funny, so open, and so passionate about teaching. (She would laugh at me if she heard me say that - because she is good-naturedly modest - but she gives so much to her students that it's impossible not to label that as passion.) I then shared an office with Kelly for five semesters, and I was continually impressed by her warmth and dedication to her students. It's no surprise that she was named 'Outstanding Writing Program Instructor' in 2008; she knows how to relate to her students in a way that not only engages and entertains, but also inspires and challenges. Agood teacher is one who loves their subject matter and who can spread that love. Kelly is surely a powerful advocate for literacy, critical thinking, social responsibility, and sustainability, and she spreads that passion to her students. Kelly has taught over 400 students at UK, and those students carry her lessons of humor, grace, and community responsibility with them throughout their interactions with family, friends, and classmates. As those lessons have been well-taught, they will be well-utilized, and well-spread.
"But those remarks all pertain to Kelly as my colleague. As my friend, Kelly makes me laugh. She amazes me with her creativity and her dedication to smart, fun, progressive parenting. She adores her son, and her husband, and their family is a model of cooperation and love. She gardens and cooks, crafts and reads and writes. (I know that she has written a piece about her breast cancer struggles that will be published soon.) She is a tremendous support when friends need her most, and she knows how to lighten every burden with laughter. She does not take herself too seriously; she is genuine and open with everyone she meets. When she tells stories around the dinner table, we laugh until tears come to our eyes. It is no accident that Kelly has built a tremendous network of friends."
She adds, "I am continually struck by Kelly's strength and positivity, especially in the face of her health struggles over the course of the last year.
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All proceeds go to Kelly Feinberg and family.
Fundraising for UK instructor Kelly ...
www.aceweekly.com, 16 June 2014 [cached]
Fundraising for UK instructor Kelly Feinberg
...
Writing instructor Kelly Feinberg, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2009 and with metastasized cancer in her liver in September, will be the beneficiary of a silent auction to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, in the UK Student Center Small Ballroom.
...
English department doctoral candidate and teaching assistant Leah Bayens says of Feinberg, "Kelly and I worked on a curriculum development committee together a few semesters back, and her genuine enthusiasm for community engagement impressed me.
...
We were fleshing out food-themed course plans, and one day, Kelly came to our meeting so excited to tell us about a discovery she'd made. She'd been listening to NPR and heard a segment called Hidden Kitchens. The segment detailed how a woman in Montgomery, Alabama operated a restaurant out of her home that helped fuel the civil rights movement. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other members of the SCLC would gather at Georgia Gilmore's home, eat, and make plans for civil disobedience. Kelly found a perfect example of how something as personal as food played an integral part in broader civic and social issues. And she was chomping at the bit to share this with her students. She was excited, we were excited, and I knew her students would be, too. This, to me, is the essence of how Kelly ticks on a professional and personal level."
...
Perhaps most humbling, though, is the positive spirit Kelly has maintained throughout her physical trials, keeping her chin up for herself, her son, her husband and her friends. For all of these reasons, it's important for us to support Kelly in any way we can as she works through this difficult time in her life."
Debi MacQuown, English instructor at UK, says "When I first moved into the desk next to Kelly's in POT 1306, she made me feel very welcomed.
...
All proceeds from the silent auction - as well as a benefit concert to be scheduled in the future - will assist Feinberg and her family with the enormous medical and living expenses they face.
Feinberg and her husband Matt, a graduate student in the UK Department of Hispanic Studies, are the parents of a 16- month-old son, Ari. Feinberg is also known among her colleagues as an avid gardener, crafter, and compassionate co-worker.
"From the first time I met Kelly at our Writing Program new instructor orientation, I admired her.
...
Another former UK English instructor and friend of Feinberg's says, ""Kelly and I entered Writing Program 'boot camp' at the same time, and I immediately was drawn to her. She was so genuine and funny, so open, and so passionate about teaching. (She would laugh at me if she heard me say that - because she is good-naturedly modest - but she gives so much to her students that it's impossible not to label that as passion.) I then shared an office with Kelly for five semesters, and I was continually impressed by her warmth and dedication to her students. It's no surprise that she was named 'Outstanding Writing Program Instructor' in 2008; she knows how to relate to her students in a way that not only engages and entertains, but also inspires and challenges. Agood teacher is one who loves their subject matter and who can spread that love. Kelly is surely a powerful advocate for literacy, critical thinking, social responsibility, and sustainability, and she spreads that passion to her students. Kelly has taught over 400 students at UK, and those students carry her lessons of humor, grace, and community responsibility with them throughout their interactions with family, friends, and classmates. As those lessons have been well-taught, they will be well-utilized, and well-spread.
"But those remarks all pertain to Kelly as my colleague. As my friend, Kelly makes me laugh. She amazes me with her creativity and her dedication to smart, fun, progressive parenting. She adores her son, and her husband, and their family is a model of cooperation and love. She gardens and cooks, crafts and reads and writes. (I know that she has written a piece about her breast cancer struggles that will be published soon.) She is a tremendous support when friends need her most, and she knows how to lighten every burden with laughter. She does not take herself too seriously; she is genuine and open with everyone she meets. When she tells stories around the dinner table, we laugh until tears come to our eyes. It is no accident that Kelly has built a tremendous network of friends."
She adds, "I am continually struck by Kelly's strength and positivity, especially in the face of her health struggles over the course of the last year.
...
All proceeds go to Kelly Feinberg and family.
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