I am an Assistant Professor of English at Bethany College, West Virginia (Go Bisons!). I teach several kinds of courses, including ENGL 111: College Writing, and I direct the English Education program, which means I teach and advise students who are interested in becoming English teachers at the middle and high school levels. Before coming to Bethany, I was an instructor at the University of Texas at Austin, where I also earned my master's and then my doctorate in Comparative Literature. Before that, I taught high school in La Joya, Texas, a small town that straddles the US-Mexico border. When I'm not teaching (or getting ready to teach), I like to spend time with my partner and son, watching movies, walking to the park, etc.
- United States
- Bethany, WV
- Course profiles
- Curriculum Committee, Institutional Review Board, Assessment Committee, BCFR.FACM Faculty Meetings, ENGL370/WLAC370: Introduction to Linguistics - Hixenbaugh, ENGL 111: College Writing (Sections 1, 2 & 5) - Hixenbaugh, BFYE100.001.F17 Camp Bell - Straub, Anslow, Hixenbaugh, Reilly, ENGL111.04/05/06.F17 College Writing - Hixenbaugh, ENGL200.01/02.F17 L5 Literary Diversity - Hixenbaugh
- Last access to site
- Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 11:45 PM (90 days 10 hours)
- Teaching, reading, podcasting, current events, country music