Robert Cavazos is a poet, Lecturer of English, and DC/ECHS Faculty Fellow at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. He graduated from the University of the Incarnate Word and North Carolina State University’s MFA program. He has served with Teach For America and Gemini Ink, and has poems published in Quirk and Boundless.
Podcast Interview: "San Antonio through Poems," Latin@ Stories with Dr. Elena Foulis
|2022||National Poetry Month San Antonio Ekphrastic Poetry Contest|
|2020-21||Teach for America Segal AmeriCorps Education Award|
|2019||North Carolina State University Poetry Contest Finalist|
|2017-19||NC State Graduate Teaching Assistantship|
|2017||University of the Incarnate Word Dr. Jo LeCouer Award for Poetry|
|2017||UIW Sr. Alacoque Power Award for Outstanding Student of English|
|2017||UIW Amy Freeman Lee Scholastic Achievement & Service Recognition Award|
|2015||United States Department of State Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship|
|2021-Present||Lecturer of English||Texas A&M University-San Antonio|
|2022-2023||Adjunct English Instructor||Northeast Lakeview College|
|2020-21||Adjunct English Instructor||Texas Southmost College|
|2019-21||AP English Teacher||Harlingen High School|
|2017-19||Graduate Teaching Assistant||North Carolina State University|
|2016-17||Gemini Ink Writer-in-Residence||Ella Austin Community Center|
|2014-17||Professional Writing Tutor||University of the Incarnate Word|
|Course Code||Course Name|
|ENGL 1300||Integrated Reading & Writing|
|ENGL 1301||Composition I|
|ENGL 1302||Composition II|
|ENGL 2322||British Literature I|
|ENGL 289||Poetry Writing|
|ENG 287||Explorations in Creative Writing|
|Poetry Reading||"Truth and Cultural Mythmaking: A Poetry Reading," 2023 Southern Humanities Conference, San Antonio, Texas, January 28th, 2023.|
|Conference Representative||Dual Credit/Early College High School (DC/ECHS) Faculty Advisory Group Representative, 2022 NACEP National Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 6th-8th, 2022.|
|Podcast Interview & Poetry Reading||"San Antonio through Poems," Latin@ Stories with Dr. Elena Foulis, San Antonio, Texas, October 6th, 2022.|
|Poetry Reading||"Pop-Pop's Hallway," National Poetry Month Celebration and Reading, Briscoe Western Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas, April 10th, 2022.|
|Group Panel Discussion||“Sensational Reading: The Relationship between Accessibility and Storytelling,” Gemini Ink’s Writers Conference, San Antonio, Texas, July 2018.|
“La Frontera,” “DNA,” and “Recipe,” Boundless 2021: The Anthology of the Rio Grande Valley International Poetry Festival, March 2021.
“Convicted Nowhere Yet,” Quirk, May 2017.
“A Rambling Semblance of Coherence,” Quirk, May 2015.
“Prejudice,” A Celebration of Young Poets-Texas, January 2007.
|ENGL||1302||015||Composition II||Spring 2023||Syllabi|
|ENGL||1300||002||Integrated Reading & Writing||Spring 2023||Syllabi|
|ENGL||1302||014||Composition II||Spring 2023||Syllabi|
|ENGL||1300||003||Integrated Reading & Writing||Spring 2023||Syllabi|