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Mrs. Annisa Martin


Hello, my name is Anissa Martin, adjunct professor with North Central University. I have the privilege of teaching the Rhetoric & Research course – a great fit for me personally and a subject for which I am passionate! Communication is key not only as you consider success in college and your eventual profession, but also in building God’s kingdom. When I consider that God has revealed himself through words and text, and Jesus used story to communicate with the masses – I can’t help but get excited about helping students become better communicators. Rhetoric & Research is a foundational course in a student’s life, helping to build strong writing, speaking, and research skills that will empower a student to fulfill his/her God-given purpose.

Why is this class such a good fit for me? I have a B.A. in English, a M.A. in Theological Studies, and a Masters in Library and Information Sciences. In all of my educational endeavors I have had to write, present, and research at increasing higher levels. My English background encouraged a deep understanding of the language with all of it nuances. My Theological background has laid a foundation for seamlessly integrating my faith into all areas of life (which is something I do in my classes as well) and also required a high level of research and writing. My Masters in Library and Information Science has given me an edge in in-depth research and information resources, which I am able to pass along to my students. Above and beyond my degrees, I have developed a passion for learning and teaching that I desire to pass onto every student that comes my way.

In my personal time I enjoy spending time with my husband and three children. I am a voracious reader. I am actively involved in my church serving on the Women’s Ministry team and Discipleship Team. I also enjoy classical music, camping, and coffee. I am looking forward to interacting with and pouring into your students in the fall.

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