Meet Lori J. Andrews
Visiting Assistant Professor, English and Writing
Phone: (813) 257-4008
Address: 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33606
1996, Southern Connecticut State University, MA
1985, University of the Pacific, BA,
1984, Elbert Covell College, University of the Pacific, Licenciado en Español y Estudios Inter-Americano
Writing and Inquiry
Lori Andrews' interest is in linguistic diversity and how language evolves and shapes the way people think and write.
Andrews served as a faculty member of Southern New Hampshire University's Innovation Scholars Program. She served on the Connecticut state wide panel for “Putting the Pieces Together: Aligning K-12, College and the Workforce” as an expert in the Early College Opportunity program for high school seniors. She was the college wide co-coordinator for faculty workshops through the Center for Teaching and Learning at Norwalk Community College, Connecticut's largest two year college. She wrote case studies for two editions of Prentice Hall's text book "Communications for Managers."
Andrews has lived abroad for ten years and her experience teaching American Literature in Japan, as well as editing a magazine in England, has given her a strong understanding of the diversity of language and how it impacts our values and opinions.
1996 Graduate Student Award, Southern Connecticut State University
1985 Outstanding Undergraduate Student, University of the Pacific
Member of Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Honor Society