Andrew Hogue, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in the Honors Program; Director, Philanthropy and Public Service Program
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Senior Lecturer in the Honors Program

Director, Philanthropy & Public Service Program

Education

  • Ph.D., Political Science, Baylor University
  • M.A., Church-State Studies, Baylor University
  • B.A., Communication Studies with a minor in Economics, Clemson University
  • Executive program in Design Thinking, Stanford University

Biography

Dr. Andrew Hogue directs the Philanthropy & Public Service Program and is a Senior Lecturer in the Honors Program at Baylor University. His teaching focuses primarily on social innovation, philanthropy and public affairs, providing students with hands-on opportunities to innovate, lead, and work toward the greater good of their community and world. Students in Dr. Hogue’s courses directed over $600,000 in the last four years to organizations that drive social change and promote human flourishing. He also served as the founding director of the Baylor Social Innovation Collaborative, directed the Baylor in Maastricht Program twice and established dozens of external partnerships for the university. 

Dr. Hogue is author of Stumping God: Reagan, Carter, and the Invention of a Political Faith (2012) and with L. Gregory Jones, Navigating the Future: Traditioned Innovation for Wilder Seas, coming in 2019. His work has also appeared in Stanford Social Innovation Review. He consults regularly for foundations, nonprofits and universities on subjects such as design thinking, innovation and academic philanthropy.

Academic Interests and Research

  • Social Innovation, Philanthropy, American public life
  • Discovering and developing innovative ways to promote human flourishing

Professional Awards/Activities/Grants and Fellowships

  • $101,205, Duke University & The Lilly Endowment, Traditioned Innovation Project (2018-2019)
  • $50,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, private donor (2018)
  • $10,000, Philanthropy & Public Service Program, Once Upon A Time Foundation (2018)
  • $44,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, Aramark Corporation (2018)
  • $50,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, private donor (2017)
  • $550,000+, Philanthropy & the Public Good, Once Upon A Time Foundation 2013-present (ongoing support)
  • $50,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, Aramark Corporation (2017)
  • $40,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, Aramark Corporation (2016)
  • $25,000, Philanthropy & Public Service Program endowment, Private donation (2016)
  • $25,000, Philanthropy & Public Service Program endowment, Private donation (2016)
  • $25,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, Aramark Corporation (2015)
  • $25,000, Philanthropy & Public Service Program endowment, Once Upon A Time Foundation (2015)
  • $5,000, Changemakers Grant (Awarded to undergraduate students under my supervision), Once Upon A Time Foundation (2015)
  • $5,040, Philanthropy & Public Service Program, Private donation (2015)
  • $50,000, Philanthropy & the Public Good, Aramark Corporation (2015)
  • $12,500, Philanthropy & Public Service Program, Private donation (2015)
  • $12,500, Philanthropy & Public Service Program, Private donation (2015)
  • $2,500, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation Research Grant (2011-2012)
  • $1,500, Weyerhaeuser Center Summer Research Grant (2010)
  • $2,000, Whitworth University Faculty Research and Development Committee Summer Research Fellowship (2010)
  • Inaugural recipient of the Dawson Fellowship, Baylor University (2006-2009).

Selected Research Articles

  •  “Social Innovation in 3-D,” Stanford Social Innovation Review, July 2017.
  • “George H.W. Bush, ‘A Whole Europe, A Free Europe.”  Voices of Democracy 3 (2008): 205-221.
  • “Richard Land and the American Presidency, 1988-2004,” Texas Baptist History (2006).

Reviews

  • “The Twilight of Social Conservatism: American Culture Wars in the Obama Era,” by John Dombrink (NYU Press), in Political Science Quarterly 130 (Winter 2016).     
  • “The Twilight of the American Enlightenment: The 1950s and the Crisis of Liberal Belief,” by George Marsden (Basic books), in The Historian 76, no. 3 (Fall 2014).
  • “Testing the National Covenant: Fears and Appetites in American Politics,” by William F. May (Georgetown University Press), in Political Science Quarterly 127, no. 3 (Fall 2012).

Recent Convention Papers and Invited Presentations

  • “Evaluating Nonprofits for Effective Grantmaking: Considering Purpose,” The Philanthropy Lab Ambassadors Conference, Dallas, TX, June 2018.
  • “Why Are You Here? An Aristotelian Approach to Academic Thriving,” Baylor University, June 6-7, 2018.
  • “Seeing Vividly: Traditioned Innovation through a Prism,”Duke University Divinity School, May 2018.
  • “Design Thinking and Teen Pregnancy: An Innovative Approach to A Complex Problem,” The Waco Foundation, April 2018.
  • Andrew P. Hogue and Lori Baker, “Design Thinking Crash Course,” Baylor University, May 2017.
  • “Leading Toward Change: Developing Models to Guide Hunger and Poverty Work,” Together at the Table: Hunger and Poverty Summit, Waco, TX, October 2014.
  • “From the Trenches to the Ivory Tower,” Texas Nonprofit Summit, Austin, TX, September 2014.           
  • “Toward an Even Greater Good,” Baylor University Provost’s Faculty Forum, Waco, TX, September 2014.
  • Andrew P. Hogue, Jaylin Parnell, and LePaul Jack (students), “Food Deserts in Waco,” Food Desert Town Hall at the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce, Waco, TX, November 2013.
  • “Engaging Colleges and Universities in Hunger Work,” Together at the Table: Hunger and Poverty Summit, Waco, TX, October 2013.
  • “Teaching Difficult Social Issues,” Seminar for Excellence in In Teaching, Waco, TX, October 2013.
  • Andrew P. Hogue and Aaron Korthuis (student), “Re-thinking the Culture War: An Analysis of Bush and Obama’s Religious Rhetoric,” Northeastern Political Science Association, Boston, MA, November 2010.
  • “The Changing Landscape of Religion in Presidential Politics: Some Suggestions for the Road Ahead,” Pacific Northwest Political Science Association, Spokane, WA, October 2010.

Selected Books

Andrew P. Hogue, Stumping God: Reagan, Carter, & the Invention of a Political Faith (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2012).

  • L. Gregory Jones and Andrew P. Hogue, Navigating the Future: Traditioned Innovation for Wilder Seas (in progress, completion in 2018).
  • Andrew P. Hogue, Mindful, Strategic Generosity: An Innovative Approach to Public Life (in progress).
  • Andrew P. Hogue and Ronald Pitcock, eds. Academic Philanthropy: Theory, Practice and Strategy for Cultivating Generous Citizens (in progress).

View Dr. Hogue’s CV

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