David Holler serves as the Director of the Martín–Baró Scholars Program, a living-learning community for first-year students which covers five core classes, including public speaking, composition, literature, cultural diversity, and community-engaged learning. Holler also edits USF's undergraduate research journal, Writing for a Real World. His RHET 325 course (offered every fall semester) invites students interested in pursuing careers in editing to work on USF's annual research journal. Professor Holler earned the Distinguished Teaching Award in 2014 and the Faculty Service Learning Award in 2016.
- Director, Martín-Baró Scholars Program
- Editor, Writing for a Real World
Awards & Distinctions
Distinguished Teaching Award, 2014
Faculty Service Learning Award, 2016