An associate professor in the Honors College, J. Lenore Wright earned her Ph.D. in philosophy under the direction of Carolyn Korsmeyer from the State University of New York at Buffalo (’98), her M.A. in philosophy from Baylor University (’95), and her B.A. in philosophy summa cum laude from Morehead State University (’94). She divides her teaching time between the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core, her affiliated department, philosophy and the Academy for Teaching and Learning. Her research interests include Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Philosophy and Culture, and Feminist Theory.
Ginger Hanchey earned her Ph.D. in English from Baylor University (’13), where she was awarded the graduate school’s Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award (’11) and the English department’s Christine Fall Teaching Assistant of the Year Award (’13). She earned an M.A. in English from Texas A&M University (’08) and a B.A. in Professional Writing from Baylor University (’02). Her research interests include Old English poetry and teaching in higher education.
Theresa Williams earned earned her Associates degree in Computer Network Administration, graduating with High Honors. She is now enrolled at Baylor within the BIC program, pursing an Accounting degree.
Theresa has three sons, two of which are students at Baylor a Psychology major and a Film and Digital Media major. A member of Cogdell United Methodist Church, she enjoys volunteering, quick trips to offbeat places, hiking, jogging, showing off her Corgi (Lois Lane), and antiquing.