Amanda Williams

Assistant Professor of Practice, The Writing Program

Amanda Williams



Amanda Williams received her B.A. in English from UTSA in 2002 and her M.A. in Linguistics from The University of North Texas in Denton. Her thesis was titled Present Tense Marking as a Synopsis of Southern American Speech: Plural Verbal –s and Zero 3rd Singular. She has been teaching writing courses and English grammar courses at UTSA since the fall of 2004.

In addition to teaching Freshman Composition and Structures of English, Amanda has partnered with the Tomas Rivera Center in a grant-funded program designed to improve graduate writing and graduate writing assistance.

In her free time, Amanda enjoys reading classic literature such as Twilight, seeing live music from famous bands such as Nelson, watching ground-breaking films such as Maid in Manhattan, and spending time with her husband and son. Amanda is also a proud foodie, and she spends much of her time studying the culinary techniques of her heroes, Guy Fieri and Sandra Lee. She is also very active in her church, helping with the music ministries there, as well as working with the college-aged youth.

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