Carolyn Megan

Lecturer

Academic Division: Arts & Humanities

Bio

Carolyn Megan teaches Rhetoric, foundation courses in Arts and Humanities and the upper level Practicum in Peer Consulting and Writing. She serves as Director of the Babson College Writing Center where her interests focus on peer review and service-learning in the Greater Boston community. Professor Megan's fiction and nonfiction has appeared in several journals and periodicals including The Kenyon Review, Crab Orchard Review, MS magazine and The New York Times. Her work has been nominated most recently in 2017 for the New Letters Prize for Nonfiction and in 2016 for the Black Warrior Review Prize in Nonfiction.

Awards & Honors

Courses

Degree Courses 2017-2018

  • ENG 4602: PRACTICUM IN PEER CONSULTING AND WRITING
  • RHT 1001: RHETORIC II
  • ENG 4620: WRITING CREATIVE NON-FICTION
  • RHT 1000: RHETORIC I

Degree Courses 2016-2017

Presentations

  • Business Communication Skills
    Megan, C. Business Communication Skills MCFE , Babson College (2017)
  • Pursuing Tutor Training Beyond the Campus: Babson College and 826 Boston
    Megan, C. Pursuing Tutor Training Beyond the Campus: Babson College and 826 Boston Conference on College Composition and Communication Summer Institute, Boston, MA (2017)
  • The Photographic Frame: How Photographs Can Teach Tutors the Art of Asking Questions
    Megan, C. The Photographic Frame: How Photographs Can Teach Tutors the Art of Asking Questions International Writing Center Association , Pittsburgh, PA (2015)
  • Advocacy in Curriculum
    Pinard, M., Megan, C. Advocacy in Curriculum Vermont College Hi-Res Conference, Vermont College, Montpelier, VT (2015)
  • Business Writing Skills
    Megan, C. Business Writing Skills Babson College Graduate School, Babson College (2014)