Dr. Hodges teaches first-year writing and technical and business writing courses. She also leads the Writing Across the Curriculum initiative and coordinates the undergraduate writing courses. Additionally, she directs the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) initiative, which supports faculty development of project-based, interdisciplinary learning. Currently, she is working on a project examining writing strategies used by engineers in multinational workplaces and the impact of these findings on WAC/WID programs.
- Ph.D. in English, emphasis on Rhetoric and Composition, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville - (Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States) 2012
- M.A. in English, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville - (Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States) 2007
- B.A. in English, Louisiana Tech University - (Ruston, Louisiana, United States) 2005
- Hodges, A. M., & Kent, B. (2017). Hybrid Writing Positions within WAC/WID Initiatives: Connecting Faculty Writing Expectations and MENA Cultures. Arnold, L. R., Nebel, A., & Ronesi, L. (Eds.), Emerging Writing Research from the Middle East-North Africa Region. (pp. 201-215). WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press.
- Rudd, M., & Hodges, A. M. (2014). Isnt Everyone a Plagiarist?: Teaching Plagiarism IS Teaching Culture. Seawright, L. (Eds.), Going Global Transnational Perspectives on Globalization, Language, and Education. (pp. 192-217). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Hodges, A. M. (2013). Stories that Sparkle in Sunlight: Using Twilight to Teach Writing. Nevarez, L. A. (Eds.), The Vampire Goes to College Essays on Teaching with the Undead. (pp. 93-101). McFarland.
- (2014). 2014 Best Writing: Building Words, Building Worlds. Texas A&M at Qatar.
- (2015). 2015 Best Writing - Second edited volume of undergraduate student writing at Texas A&M University at Qatar. Texas A&M at Qatar.
- (2016). Learning Across Borders Perspectives on International and Transnational Higher Education. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.