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Sharon  W.  Andrews 

Instructor

Bachelor's Degree(s): Louisiana State University
Master's Degree: Southern Methodist University
Phone: (225) 578-3182

E-mail: slwandr@lsu.edu

Office: 244-B Allen Hall

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Area of Interest

Composition, Literature, Service-Learning

Awards & Honors

Gulf-South Summit Award for Outstanding Faculty Contributions to Service-Learning in Higher Education, 2011.

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Outstanding Faculty Award, Nov. 2010. 

Tiger Athletic Foundation Teaching Award, 2007.

Nominee for Gulf-South Summit Award for Outstanding Contributions to Service-Learning, 2007.

Recognized for dedication to instruction, Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman Honor Society, 1999, 2007, 2010.

TIAA-CREF Outstanding Service-Learning Faculty Award, 2003.

Nominee for Outstanding Service-Learning Practitioner, Gulf South Summit, 2003.

Outstanding Service-Learning Faculty Award, fall 2000.

Selected Publications

"Do These People Belong Here? Bringing the Community into the Classroom," Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2010.

"More Than “Just Students”: Rethinking Student Roles with New Models of Service," Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2009.

"Win/Win/Win: Creating Community through Partnership," Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2008.

"Muddying the Flood Waters: Redefining Community Identity in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina,"  Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2007. Summer Symposium on "Response to Community Crisis: Lessons from Recent Hurricanes" hosted by the Center for Civic Engagement & Social Responsibility at Tougaloo College, June 2006.

"Creating Community through Controversy in the First Year Writing Classroom," Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2005.

"Effective Reflection Practices: Service-Learning and Literature," Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2004.

"Service-Learning in the Literature Classroom," Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning, March 2003.

Service-Learning and Homeless Programs, Louisiana State Conference on Homelessness, Baton Rouge, April 2010.

Service-Learning in the Literature Classroom, T.H.E. Forum, Louisiana State University, April 2003.

Published poems:

Red Clover: An AIDS Journeywork, winner of competition. Chapbook and poetry reading benefited Friends for Life, HIV/AIDS Services, Inc.