Andrew Hogue, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences; Senior Lecturer, Public Service, Baylor University
Dr. Andy Hogue serves as Associate Dean in the College of Arts & Sciences and directs the Office of Engaged Learning, which facilitates for students and faculty programs in undergraduate research, civic engagement, global involvement, internships, and major fellowships and awards. Andy teaches courses on a range of public affairs, including philanthropy and civil society, social innovation, and politics, and has twice served as director of the Baylor in Maastricht program. Between 2014-2019, his courses on philanthropy raised over a million dollars and awarded those funds to nonprofit organizations locally and around the world. His greatest professional joy is helping students discover ways to orient their ambitions and maximize their learning to promote human flourishing.
Andy's scholarship focuses on how we achieve the public good. He is author of Navigating the Future: Traditioned Innovation for Wilder Seas (with L. Gregory Jones) and Stumping God: Reagan, Carter, and the Invention of a Political Faith, and he will soon finish two others titled Modest Proposals for a Better Public Life and Teaching Philanthropy (with Ronald Pitcock). From 2018-2020, Andy served as Senior Project Associate on the Traditioned Innovation Project at Duke University.
Andy earned a BA from Clemson University, an MA and PhD from Baylor, and completed the executive program in design thinking at Stanford.
Social Innovation, Philanthropy, Civil Society, American Politics