Faculty & Facilities

LETU Literature and Language Arts faculty bring a Christian worldview to the study of language, literature, speaking, and writing. Their mission is to help students master the oral and written communication skills necessary for success in college, career, and life activities. 

 

Jim Watson

Office: HH 112
Phone: 903-233-3388
JimWatson@letu.edu

Department Chair, Professor of English

Ed.D., East Texas State University
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
B.A., University of Texas at Arlington
A.A., Alvin Community College

Annie Olson

Office: HH 110
Phone: 903-233-3381
AnnieOlson@letu.edu

Writing Program Director,
Associate Professor of English

Ph.D., Texas Woman's University
M.A., University of Texas at Tyler
B.A., LeTourneau University

Martin Batts

Office: HH 128
Phone: 903-233-3383
MartinBatts@letu.edu

Professor of English

Ph.D., University of Dallas
M.A., University of Dallas
S.T.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
M.Div., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
B.A., Calvin College

Randy Compton

Office: HH 125
Phone: 903-233-3386
RandyCompton@letu.edu

Associate Professor of English

Ph.D., University of North Texas
M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary
M.A., Angelo State University
B.A., Covenant College

Arturo Morales

Office: HH 114
Phone: 903-233-3384
ArturoMorales@letu.edu

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Ph.D., Mississippi State University
M.A.,
B.B.A.,

Ignacio G. Palacios

Office: HH 113
Phone: 903-233-3382
IgnacioPalacios@letu.edu

Associate Professor of English

Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.A., University of Texas
B. A., Kansas City College and Bible School 

Karl Payton

Office: HH 121
Phone: 903-233-3385
KarlPayton@letu.edu
 

Associate Professor of Communication Studies

Ed.D.,Texas A&M University-Commerce
M.A., Western Kentucky University
B.A., Trevecca Nazarene University

Fredna Stuckey

Office: HH 111
Phone: 903-233-3387
FrednaStuckey@letu.edu

Associate Professor of English

M.A., Texas A&M University, Commerce
B.A., University of North Texas

Facilities


Heath-Hardwick Hall is the home of the Literature and Language Arts Department on campus. The offices of all Literature and Language Arts professors are conveniently located on one side of the Heath-Hardwick building, giving students easy access to professors should they require assistance.

Heath-Hardwick Hall shares a building with Longview hall, home of the Business department. A virtual tour of the Heath-Hardwick/Longview Hall building can be viewed on the campus map.

The classrooms in Heath-Hardwick range from smaller, secluded classrooms that facilitate discussion in classes with fewer students, to large classrooms with theater-style seating built to comfortably accommodate classes with a higher number of students.

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