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Amy Frazier

Ms. Amy Frazier

Ms. Amy Frazier
Assistant Professor
English

 

 

Biography:

Amy Frazier, a tenured-faculty professor, has an MA in English and has taught at UTB since 2000. She has presented numerous scholarly papers at conferences, and a historical paper she co-wrote with her father, Luciano Sierra, about their ancestors was published this year in Dr. Milo Kearney’s most recent history book of the Rio Grande Valley.

In 2009, she received an Exceptional Merit teaching award. Currently, she is writing short stories to bind together into one book that she expects to have published about her life in Holland as a child. All of her short stories have been accepted for presentation at numerous conferences. She enjoys traveling with her daughter, Catherine, to all the countries in Europe, and she plans to visit Japan with her daughter as a quinceanera gift for her. They look forward to experience the Japanese culture and visit Yokohama, a place Amy lived as an adolescent.

Degrees:

MBA from The University of Texas in Brownsville and Texas Southmost College

CV/VITAE: Frazier Vitae

Classes Taught:

Developmental Writing
Composition I
Composition II
World Literature I
World Literature II
British Literature I, and British Literature II

Joined UTB:

2000

Area of Specialty and Responsibility:

20th Century British Literature

Previous Experience:

BISD and DISD

 

Office Hours - spring 2012

Monday - Wednesday - Friday
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Office: MRCS 212
Phone: (956) 882-3424
Fax: (956) 882-8239
amy.frazier@utb.edu

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