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My name is Lawrence Lennie Irvin, and the above photo is of my son and I on a fishing trip of a life time in 2016 after he graduated from Eckerd College. (We let the fish go!) I teach English at San Antonio College, and have been teaching Community College English since 1989. I've been at SAC since 1994. I am married and have two sons. My wife Lindsay is a Pediatrician, my son Lawrence (pictured above) is now in Firefighter School, and my youngest son Joseph attends Brandeis University.

I love the outdoors whether it is hiking, camping, or fishing, and I am never so happy as when I have a good house project I am working on. I became involved with the National Writing Project in 2004 and helped establish the San Antonio Writing Project in 2006 where I was a Co-Director until 2017. Another significant part of my efforts have been directed toward the San Antonio College Writing Center which I helped establish in 2009 and where I was an interim Director in 2012. I continue on as an Assistant Director where I focus mainly on our CRLA Tutor Training Program. I am also very involved in my church, and serve on the Board of Directors for The Good Samaritan Community Services Center.

I am fascinated by language, by writing, by rhetoric, by the magic of putting words together to make meaning. I am lucky to be a teacher of writing so that I get to indulge this fascination each day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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University of the South, BA English, 1984

University of Texas at Austin, MA English, 1988

Texas Tech University, PhD Technical Communication and Rhetoric, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        Last updates August 18, 2017