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literature and language professor

Linda Stallworth Williams, American literature and language professor. Named Georgia Professor of Year, Carnegie Foundation Advancement Teaching, 2007; recipient Dorothy Golden award for Excellence in Teaching of Composition, Student Success in First-Year Composition Conference, 2001, Certified of Appreciation for Patriotic Civilian Service, Department of Army, 2005, 2007.

Background

Williams, Linda Stallworth was born on December 13, 1951 in Atlanta. Daughter of James Owen Stallworth and Pearl Bell Willis.

Education

Bachelor, University Würzburg.Ga., Carrollton, 1972. Master of Arts, University Central Oklahoma, Edmond, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oklahoma, Norman, 1990.

Career

Visiting lecturer University Oklahoma, Norman, 1988—1991. Professor English Rose State College, Midwest City, 1991—1994. Academy coordinator faculty development Board Regents, University Systems Georgia, Atlanta, 1996—1998.

Associate professor English N.Ga. College and State University, Dahlonega, since 1997, professor English, 2008.

Membership

Member of Conference College Composition and Communications, Association Business Communications, National Council Teachers of English.

Connections

Married Max Virgil Williams, September 29, 1972. Children: Laura LeAnne, Max Brenton.

father:
James Owen Stallworth

mother:
Pearl Bell Willis

spouse:
Max Virgil Williams

child:
Laura LeAnne Williams

child:
Max Brenton Williams