Lizbett Tinoco

Lizbett Tinoco

Assistant Professor
College Of Arts And Sciences
Department of Language, Literature, and Arts

210-784-2244   |ltinoco@tamusa.edu

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Dr. Lizbett Tinoco teaches courses in rhetoric and writing, and she is the gradute coordinator for the English Graduate Program. She earned her Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). She completed her M.A. in English from California State University, Bakersfield and her B.A. in English from the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research interests include composition studies, writing program administration (WPA), two-year college writing studies, and assessment. Her current research projects examine the use of labor-based grading in first-year composition coursea at A&M-SA and workload issues related to community college English faculty. Her most recent publications include an article titled, "Developing an Antiracist, Decolonial Program to Serve Students in a Socially Just Manner: Program Profile of the FYC Program at Texas A&M University-San Antonio" in Composition Forum, and her work has been published in the Journal of Writing Assessment and various edited collections. She has presented her research at national and international conferences including the Conference on College Composition and Communication, the National Council of Teachers of English, the Council of Writing Program Administrators, and the International Writing Centers Association. Dr. Tinoco was awarded the 2018 Council of Writing Program Administrators Award for Graduate Writing in WPA Studies for her work on writing program administration at community colleges. As a Latina and first-generation college graduate, Dr. Tinoco is committed to building equitable and sustainable practices in pedagogy, research, program development, and community engagement. When taking a break from academic work, Dr. Tinoco enjoys traveling, watching college football, spending time with her dog, and visiting her family in California.

 

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
ENGL 4312 001 Intro to Composition Studies Fall 2022 Syllabi
ENGL 5300 800 Intro Grad Studies in English Fall 2022 Syllabi