B.A. McNeese State University, M.A. Texas State University Small Group Communication, Rhetorical Criticism, Argumentation and Debate, Advanced Public Speaking
Office: Centennial Hall 323
About Mr. Hutchins
Jeremy is a Senior Lecturer who teaches a variety of classes including Fundamentals of Human Communication, Small Group Communication, Public Speaking, Rhetorical Criticism, Argumentation and Debate, and Advanced Public Speaking. Jeremy is a past recipient of the Golden Apple Award for Undergraduate Teaching and a 5 time departmental nominee for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Jeremy is the Associate Director of Forensics for the award winning LBJ Debate Society and the Elton Abernathy Forensics Society where he coaches students for regional, national, and international competitions in events such as Lincoln-Douglas, Parliamentary, and World’s Style debate.
Jeremy is an advisor for the Delta Beta Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the Communication Studies Honor Society of the National Communication Association. Each semester, he also directs the Love Public Speaking Festival, a semi-annual celebration that recognizes the performances of outstanding students in public speaking classes. Jeremy’s external service is highlighted by his work as a tournament administrator for the University Interscholastic League at both Regional and State Contests for Lincoln Douglas and Cross Examination Debate.