Composition: Digital Literacy, Multilingualism in Composition Studies
Hollie Villanueva is a Term Instructor at George Mason University. She began her teaching career working with multilingual writers in Imperial Valley, CA, located on the Southwest Border. She taught English and composition courses at Arizona Western College, where she also served as the Writing Coordinator and Director of Supplemental Instruction. With a background in media and professional writing, she taught technical and business writing courses and workshops for the U.S military, federal law enforcement, local government, and the business sector.
ENGH 101 Composition
ENGH 302 Advanced Composition
M.A. in English, Northern Arizona University, 2012
B.A. in English, San Diego State University, 1999
Panel Speaker, “Translanguaging in the Two-Year College: Approaching Language Difference in Diverse Scenes,” (Respondent Bruce Horner). Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR, 2017
Panel Speaker, “Fuzzy Geography, Fresh Frontiers: Considering the Boundary Between Writing Centers and Writing Curriculum.” International Writing Centers Association, Denver, CO, 2016.