Lisa Warman, BS, MLS

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Assistant Professor

Undergraduate courses taught: ENG 101, ENG 201, PHL 201, RES 301

Professor Warman earned her Bachelor of Science in Communications from Florida State University where she competed as a Division 1 volleyball player and worked as a sports broadcaster for 12 years. After transitioning to the English classroom in 2004, she completed her Master of Liberal Studies with an emphasis on Literature from Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, in 2009.

Since 2010, Professor Warman has taught English Composition, Introduction to Literature, and Contemporary Literature. Prior to teaching at the college level, she worked as a high school English teacher and English Department Chair in Orlando, Florida, where she coached boys’ and girls’ volleyball and track and field. She has studied the works of Shakespeare and British Romantic poets in summer programs at the University of Oxford and at the University of Cambridge.  In 2010, she was a National Endowment of Humanities Grant recipient and studied the works of Chaucer in London, UK.  Professor Warman continues to fulfill her love of literature and passion for travel by presenting at global conferences.

In addition to teaching English literature and composition courses, Lisa is a RYT 200 Yoga teacher who teaches Vinyasa, Yin, and Sports Performance Yoga. In her free time, she enjoys traveling the world; practicing Yoga; attending sporting events; and spending time outdoors biking, stand-up paddle boarding, and hiking.