Joanna Scott

Department Chair, English and Foreign Languages


Department

English

Additional Title

Professor of English

Courses Taught
  • ENGL 1301
  • ENGL 1302
  • ENGL 2322
  • ENGL 2323
  • ENGL 2327
  • SOCI 1301
  • EDUC 1300
Education
  • Ed.D., Educational Leadership and Administration, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2013

  • 18 Graduate Hours–Sociology (Southwest Texas State University, 1994, New Mexico State University, 2008)

  • M.A., English, Southwest Texas State University, 1994

  • B.A.  English, Southwest Texas State University, 1992

  • A.A.  Temple College, 1990
Teaching Experience
  • Full-Time Professor Temple College (Temple, TX) 2006 to present
  • Adjunct Instructor UMHB (Belton, TX) Fall 2015 to Spring 2020
  • Adjunct Instructor Temple College (Temple, TX) 2005-2006
  • Full-Time Instructor UMHB (Belton, TX) 1996-1997
  • Adjunct Instructor Temple Junior College (Temple, TX) 1995-1996
Professional Publications

Scott, J., & Bledsoe, C. (2012). Rethinking Reform [Review of the book The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice are Undermining Education, by Diane Ravitch]. The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin,78(3), 52-54.

Professional Presentations
  • NISOD Excellence Award Recipient and Conference Presenter, May 2014

  • Dissertation Poster Presenter at CSOTTE Emerging Scholars Conference, October 2012

Awards