- Ph.D., Technical Communication and Rhetoric, Texas Tech University
- M.A., English, Brigham Young University, 1996
- B.A., English, Brigham Young University, 1994
Areas of Specialization/InterestTechnical and Professional Writing; Rhetoric; Freshman Composition; Personal Narrative and Autobiography; British Literature-Victorian and Modern Periods
Select Publications/PresentationsGrover, Susan and Anne Hendricks. "Accommodating Specific Learning Disorders in the Classroom: Minor Effort, Major Benefits." Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 7.1 (2002) <http://english.ttu.edu/kairos>. Nominated for the 2002 Kairos Best Webtext Award.
"Managing Paper Load: Can It Be Done?" TYCA-West Annual Conference Two Year College Association. October, 2002.
Hendricks, Anne. "Teaching With Compassion." Perspective 1.3 (Fall 2001): 26-34.
(with Susan Grover) "What's the Problem? The Frustration of Learning Disabled Students." TYCA-West Annual Conference. Two Year College Association. September, 2000.
Hendricks, Anne. "Ethical Readings of Folklore: Can We Stop Turning Southern Folk into Commodities?" Southern Studies 4.4 (1996).
"Mary Rowlandson's Redemption from the Wilderness and the Patriarchy." Literature and Belief Colloquium 1996. College of Humanities. Brigham Young University. March 1996.
"A Dialogue Between Cultures: Language of the Frontier." Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium. Brigham Young University. February 1996.
"A Time to Hear Things and Talk: Storytelling in American Literature." UNLV Graduate Student Conference in the Social Sciences and Humanities. University of Nevada Las Vegas. November, 1995.