Amanda Lufburrow

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Hello My Name Is...

Amanda Lufburrow


Hi! You can find me in Room 103, where I will be helping students use one of the world's most useful tools--words. Words have power. And the ones we choose have the power to change the status quo.


Because when used effectively, words get things moving: they disrupt old ideas, for instance, and transform people and revolutionize entire governments, in fact. My hope is to help you see that words are YOUR power: when you know the right words and can arrange them in the right order, you empower yourself and change your world.

English II and Professional Communication are all about giving you the words and know-how to let your voice be heard in this fast-changing, global society. You will find yourself becoming better wordsmiths not only through grammar and writing exercises, but also by reading the insightful ideas and lived experiences of writers from all over the world.

 I live in Belton with my husband, my four kids, my two dogs, and one cat. Minus the pets, hopefully you will meet some of my family members on campus this year. In 1999, I graduated from UMHB, and in 2006, I moved to New England, where I attended Harvard Divinity School and Boston University. I have graduate degrees in religious studies and American history. Over the years, I've taught in Troy, Killeen, Houston, Nashville, Washington D.C., Boston, and Kansas City. And now: Moody, Texas. I couldn't be more delighted. Go Bearcats!

My conference time is: 11:03-11:48.
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