Megan Green


Megan Green

  • Position: Assistant Teaching Professor
  • Pronouns: she/her/hers
  • Phone: 419.372.5515
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  • Address: BG Campus, Central Hall 4004

Professional Biography/Profile

Megan Green, an Assistant Teaching Professor, brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to the BGSU Pathway Program. She began part-time in 2016 and became a full-time instructor in 2019. With a focus on literature and composition, Megan guides her students through explorations that enhance their understanding of both self and the world. As a doctoral student in BGSU's Rhetoric and Writing Program, she delves into the intersection of creative writing, environmental identity, and sustainable behaviors. Megan's joy in teaching lies in witnessing the transformation of her students throughout the semester, as they make real-life connections to texts and their own writing. Beyond academia, she is an accomplished researcher and presenter, engaging in topics such as young adult fiction, middle-grade fiction, environmental literature, and composition and creative writing pedagogy. In her free time, Megan can often be found sipping coffee, daydreaming about stories, or conversing with her Patronus, Baby Yoda.

Research Interests

Young adult fiction, middle-grade fiction, environmental literature, composition and creative writing pedagogy, college composition rhetoric, environmental rhetoric, digital reading modalities

Selected Publications and Presentations

"How COVID-19 Can Help Us Become Human Again." SoTL Conference, July 2021, BGSU, Bowling Green, OH. Conference Presentation.

"The Stories of Yesterday: How the Past Fuels Future Innovations." HERA Conference, March 2020, Chicago, IL. Conference Presentation.

"Get Your Villainess On: Creating Believable and Original Female Foes." Vermont College of Fine Arts WCYA Residency, July 2016, Montpelier, VT. Thesis Lecture.

"Imprisoned." Mystery Times Ten 2013, edited by MaryChris Bradley, Buddhapuss Ink, 2013.

Courses Taught

WRIT 1010: Academic Writing Workshop

WRIT 1110: Seminar in Academic Writing

WRIT 1120: Seminar in Research Writing

ENG 1500: Literature and Culture

ENG 2010: Introduction to Literary Genres

ENG 2090: Creative Writing Workshop

Full Credentials

M.F.A. in Writing, Vermont College of Fine Arts; Bachelor of Liberal Studies, Bowling Green State University; Associate of Arts, Bowling Green State University 

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