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Rachael A Mariboho

Name

[Mariboho, Rachael A]
  • Lecturer

Biography

Rachael is a current lecturer in the English department at the University of Texas at Arlington. 

Professional Preparation

    • 2004 Bachelor in English (History),  Southwestern A/G University
    • 2007 M.A. in EnglishUniversity of Texas at Arlington
    • 2016 PhD. University of Texas at Arlington

Appointments

    • Jan 2014 to Present Lecturer
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2005 to Jan 2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 1998 to Jan 2005 Figure Skating Instructor
      Dr. Pepper Starcenter
    • Jan 2001 to Jan 2003 Workstudy
      Southwestern A/G University

Memberships

  • Membership
    • May 2014 to Present MLA: Modern Language Association

Awards and Honors

    • May  2014 O’Neill Teaching Award 2014 FLOC (Freshman Leaders on Campus) Honoree 2014 O’Neill Teaching Award Nominee 2013 College of Liberal Arts Scholar, UTA 2013 sponsored by Mike and Pat O'Neill

Research and Expertise

  • Current Research
    The Way of the Soul: Tennyson's Personal Elegy as a Reflection of Doubt in In Memoriam, Fall 2005.

Courses

      • ENGL 2329-001 American Literature

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture. Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing. 

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-023 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I

        This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-018 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Course concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture. Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-020 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Course concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture. Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-074 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-076 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-036 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-039 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-017 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-018 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-003 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        This course focuses on twenty-first century texts that emphasize the significant role of storytelling in our lives by illuminating how stories assist in shaping identity, dealing with loss, surviving trauma, understanding history, and anticipating the future. We will analyze short stories, novels, films, and a poetry memoir and familiarize ourselves with the genres of fantasy, science fiction, magical realism, and young adult literature.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-006 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        This course focuses on twenty-first century texts that emphasize the significant role of storytelling in our lives by illuminating how stories assist in shaping identity, dealing with loss, surviving trauma, understanding history, and anticipating the future. We will analyze short stories, novels, films, and a poetry memoir and familiarize ourselves with the genres of fantasy, science fiction, magical realism, and young adult literature.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-001 American Literature

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-001 American Literature

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-018 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-020 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-074 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        ENGL 1301 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION 2: is a course that builds on the skills learned in English 1301 by providing a more extensive introduction to rhetorical and argument theories. Students learn to identify a controversial issue independently, research that issue by navigating library databases, compile a bibliography of relevant sources, map the conversation surrounding the issue, and advocate their own position by developing claims supported by good reasons and evidence. Students continue to practice recursive reading and writing processes and develop a more sophisticated awareness of context and audience.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-076 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        ENGL 1301 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION 2: is a course that builds on the skills learned in English 1301 by providing a more extensive introduction to rhetorical and argument theories. Students learn to identify a controversial issue independently, research that issue by navigating library databases, compile a bibliography of relevant sources, map the conversation surrounding the issue, and advocate their own position by developing claims supported by good reasons and evidence. Students continue to practice recursive reading and writing processes and develop a more sophisticated awareness of context and audience.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-042 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        ENGL 1302 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II: This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2303-004 TOPICS IN LITERATURE

        Magical realism is often associated with twentieth century Latin American or postcolonial texts that use the combination of realism and the fantastic to depict political, cultural, or social trauma. However, there is a growing body of twenty-first century works of magical realism that underline the genre’s appeal to artists portraying contemporary issues and anxieties in popular culture. Building on the rich tradition established by authors like Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Toni Morrison, and others, twenty-first century works of magical realism encompass a range of literary and visual texts, from young adult novels to award winning films to Beyoncé’s Lemonade. This course examines the pop culture impact of magical realism in the twenty-first century by analyzing recent novels and films that use elements of magical realism in conjunction with the twentieth century works that inspired them. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-017 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-018 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-036 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-029 Composition 1: Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-038 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2309-005 WORLD LITERATURE

        This course will examine contemporary popular modes of storytelling, including fairy tales, fantasy, and magical realism. We will discuss the ways magic and other elements have enabled authors to transgress the boundaries between reality and imagination and create works whose popularity transcends language and cultural barriers. The authors we will read and the characters they have created have influenced many facets of literature, film and the arts. Students will be encouraged to explore the literary, artistic, cultural, and historical milieus of the works we will read and to share their discoveries with the other students in the class.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENG 2329-001 American Literature

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing.

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-020 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural, geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-074 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view.Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-077 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-029 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2303-012 TOPICS IN LITERATURE

        Magical realism is often associated with twentieth century Latin American or postcolonial texts that use the combination of realism and the fantastic to depict political, cultural, or social trauma. However, there is a growing body of twenty-first century works of magical realism that underline the genre’s appeal to artists portraying contemporary issues and anxieties in popular culture. Building on the rich tradition established by authors like Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Toni Morrison, and others, twenty-first century works of magical realism encompass a range of literary and visual texts, from young adult novels to award winning films to Beyoncé’s Lemonade. This course examines the pop culture impact of magical realism in the twenty-first century by analyzing recent novels and films that use elements of magical realism in conjunction with the twentieth century works that inspired them. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-046 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I

        This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-054 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I

        This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2319-001 Heroes, Villains, and Monstrous Others in British Literature

        This course will examine significant and iconic hero, villain, and monsters in British literature.  We will look at the ways the conception of a hero/villain/monster has evolved over time by studying different types of heroes/villains/monsters across several centuries, from Shakespeare’s Richard III to V in V for Vendetta. Furthermore, the authors we will read and the characters they have created have influenced many facets of literature, film and the arts.  Students will be encouraged to explore the literary, artistic, cultural, and historical milieus of the works we will read and to share their discoveries with the other students in the class. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-036 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        English 1302: Introduction to Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing II is a course that builds on the skills learned in English 1301 by providing a more extensive introduction to rhetorical and argument theories. Students learn to identify a controversial issue independently, research that issue by navigating library databases, compile a bibliography of relevant sources, map the conversation surrounding the issue, and advocate their own position by developing claims supported by good reasons and evidence. Students continue to practice recursive reading and writing processes and develop a more sophisticated awareness of context and audience.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-017 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural,

        geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at

        least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing.        

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-018 AMERICAN LITERATURE

        Concentration on works of American literature with focus on how cultural,

        geographic, and political issues shape and reflect literature in a particular culture.  Examines at

        least three genres and six authors. Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing.        

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-050 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I

        This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1301-047 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I

        This course will require students to read rhetorically and analyze scholarly texts on a variety of subjects. The course emphasizes writing to specific audiences and understanding how information is context dependent and audience specific. Students must engage with a variety of ideas and learn how to synthesize those in college level essays. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2309-010 WORLD LITERATURE

        This course will examine contemporary popular modes of storytelling, including fairy tales, fantasy, and magical realism. We will discuss the ways magic and other elements have enabled authors to transgress the boundaries between reality and imagination and create works whose popularity transcends language and cultural barriers. The works we read illuminate issues of race; gender; class and economic oppression; marginalization; postcolonialism; cultural difference and cultural discrimination; religious discrimination, as well as other important literary issues. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-020 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II

        ENGL 1302 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II: This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

         Core Objectives: 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-025 Argumentative Writing

        ENGL 1302 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II: This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301.

         Core Objectives: 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGLISH 1302-023 English 1302-023: Rhetoric and Composition II

        This course satisfies the University of Texas at Arlington core curriculum requirement in communication. Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. This course focuses on critical engagement with ethical and social issues and the development of academic arguments that communicate a specific point of view.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGLISH 2329-018 American Literature

        This American Literature course focuses on three genres—short story, poetry, and the novella. You will read  short stories, several poems, and a novella, all chosen because they are seminal works of art revealing profound insights about the human condition.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2319-002 Heroes, Villains, and Monsters in British Literature

        This course will examine significant and iconic hero, villain, and monsters in British literature.  We will look at the ways the conception of a hero/villain/monster has evolved over time by studying different types of heroes/villains/monsters across several centuries, from Shakespeare’s Richard III to V in V for Vendetta.  Furthermore, the authors we will read and the characters they have created have influenced many facets of literature, film and the arts.  Students will be encouraged to explore the literary, artistic, cultural, and historical milieus of the works we will read and to share their discoveries with the other students in the class. 

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2309-010 World Literature

        This course will examine contemporary popular modes of storytelling, including fairy tales, fantasy, and magical realism.  We will discuss the ways magic and other elements have enabled authors to transgress the boundaries between reality and imagination and create works whose popularity transcends language and cultural barriers.  The authors we will read and the characters they have created have influenced many facets of literature, film and the arts.  Students will be encouraged to explore the literary, artistic, cultural, and historical milieus of the works we will read and to share their discoveries with the other students in the class.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 1302-064 English 1302

        ENGL 1302 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II: Continues ENGL 1301, but with an emphasis on advanced techniques of academic argument. Includes issue identification, independent library research, analysis and evaluation of sources, and synthesis of sources with students’ own claims, reasons, and evidence. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in ENGL 1301. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2329-017 Engl 2329-017

        Consideration of significant American works with a focus on ideas and the ways in which they reflect cultural and aesthetic values; emphasis on critical methods of reading, writing, and thinking; at least three genres and six authors considered. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENG 1301-049 English 1301: Rhetoric and Composition I

        Introduction to college reading and writing. Emphasizes recursive writing processes, rhetorical analysis, synthesis of sources, and argument. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 2309-001 World Literature
        This course will examine contemporary popular modes of storytelling, including fairy tales, fantasy, and magical realism. We will discuss the ways magic and other elements have enabled authors to transgress the boundaries between reality and imagination and create works whose popularity transcends language and cultural barriers. The authors we will read and the characters they have created have influenced many facets of literature, film and the arts. Students will be encouraged to explore the literary, artistic, cultural, and historical milieus of the works we will read and to share their discoveries with the other students in the class.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ENGL 2319-005 BRITISH LITERATURE
        This course will examine significant and iconic hero and villain characters in British literature. We will look at the ways the conception of a hero/villain has evolved over time by studying different types of heroes/villains across several centuries, from Shakespeare’s Richard III to Harry Potter.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ENGL 1301-050 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I
        Introduction to college reading and writing. Emphasizes recursive writing processes, rhetorical analysis, synthesis of sources, and argument.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ENGL 1301-055 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I
        Introduction to college reading and writing. Emphasizes recursive writing processes, rhetorical analysis, synthesis of sources, and argument
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011

Other Service Activities

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    • Dec  Service
      2004 Reader for D.A.R.E.
      2001 - 2002 Volunteer Reading Tutor, Waxahachie Jr. High
      1999-2000 Leader of Adopt a Block program, Christian Life Assembly Church
      1999 Volunteer at the Dream Center, Los Angeles, CA.