Amanda Knight, M.Ed.
Professor of English
Coordinator of Program Development and Accreditation
Amanda A. Knight, B.S. Ed. Valdosta State University, M.S. Ed. Georgia Southwestern State University
Professor Amanda Knight has taught at Andrew College since 1999 after having thirteen years of experience teaching at the high school level, and in addition to teaching, she serves as the Coordinator of Program Development and Accreditation. Her teaching experience enables her to understand her students’ backgrounds in their progress toward becoming successful college-level writers. Professor Knight has shared her unique process of teaching punctuation and sentence structure in her book Punctuation Decoded. In addition, Professor Knight was awarded a Fulbright-Hays Grant to study in Lithuania, Latvia, and Russia in 2004, and she led a Fulbright-Hays study group of professors and teachers to South Korea and China in 2010. She serves as the faculty liaison for the student exchange between Andrew College and Pai Chai University in Daejeon, South Korea, Andrew College’s sister Methodist institution, and she strives to incorporate international cultural components in her classes whenever possible. Professor Knight enjoys teaching and working with young adults. She was chosen as a Governor’s Teaching Fellow in 2017, and she reports, “I love what I do! I feel that I make a significant difference in helping my students work toward their goals of achieving college degrees.”