Andrew   S.  Hollinger

Lecturer III  

Office: ELABS 266
Phone: (956) 665-8773
Email: andrew.hollinger@utrgv.edu

Mr. Andrew S. Hollinger

I am: writer, student, husband, father, Diet Coke drinker, bad selfie taker, story teller. I am: work in progress, under revision. I am: teacher.





Selected Publications


  • Andrew Hollinger. A Review of Conceding Composition: A Crooked History of Composition's Institutional Fortunes. enculturation.net, no. 26 April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2018.

  • Andrew Hollinger. "You're Going to Need This for College," Bad Ideas About Writing. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2017.

  • Andrew Hollinger. Three-Eight Charlie. Granville, OH: Phoenix Graphics, no. 2nd 2014.

  • Andrew Hollinger. Have You SEEN a Mustard Seed?. McAllen, TX: Christian Valley Magazine, August 2013.

  • Andrew Hollinger. The Struggle Between Our Heads and Our Hearts. McAllen, TX: Christian Valley Magazine, June 2013.

  • Andrew Hollinger. 5 ways to keep your students awake this year. National Math and Science Initiative, September 2012.

  • Andrew Hollinger. The Value of Being Really, Really Wrong. National Math and Science Initiative, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2012.

  • Andrew Hollinger and Jessie Borgman. "Close Upon a Time: A Tale of Being Quasi-WPAs," Anderson, SC: WPA Journal .

  • Andrew Hollinger. ""Basic Literacy" as a "Layered Literacy" in Technical Communication," Layered Literacies at 20 Years. .



Selected Grants and Fellowships


  • Marlene Galvan. Faculty Development Program Grant (Enhancing the Multimodal Experience in Writing Program Classrooms), University of Texas - Pan American, (2013)



Selected Presentations


  • Andrew Hollinger. "Quasi-WPA: Administration and Precarity," Association of Rhetoric & Writing Studies, Association of Rhetoric & Writing Studies, Austin, TX (October 2018)

  • Andrew Hollinger. "State of the Program," Roundhouse 2018, UTRGV Writing Program, (May 2018)

  • Andrew Hollinger. "Plenary on Teaching," NEXUS, UTRGV College of Liberal Arts, (April 2018)

  • Andrew Hollinger. "On Technical Communication," Guest Lecture, UTRGV, ENGL 3300, (April 2018)

  • Andrew Hollinger and Marlene Galvan. "The Ecology of Fullness: From Writing Program to Student," Languaging, Laboring, and Transforming, College Composition and Communications Conference, Kansas City, MO (March 2018)

  • Marlene Galvan, Colin Charlton, and Andrew Hollinger. "Developing a Vision for a Writing Program," Skype a Scholar, Frontera Retórica, University of Texas at El Paso (March 2018)

  • Andrew Hollinger. "Teaching ELA in k12," Guest Lecture, UTRGV, ENGL 3300, (November 2017)

  • Andrew Hollinger. "Writing Into Community," RHETx, UTRGV Writing Program, (November 2017)

  • Marlene Galvan, Andrew Hollinger, and Colin Charlton. "The Ecology of Fullness: From Writing Program to Student to University," Association of Rhetoric & Writing Studies (ARWS) Conference, El Paso, TX (October 2017)

  • Andrew Hollinger. "State of the Program," Roundhouse 2017, UTRGV Writing Program, (May 2017)

Current Courses

ENGL 1301 56 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 34 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 63 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 80 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 54 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 3342 92L - Technical Communication:
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ENGL 1301 10 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 100 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 14 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 03 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 42 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 39 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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ENGL 1301 101 - Rhetoric & Composition I:
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