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Michaela Spampinato

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities
Michaela Spampinato teaches Foundations of Writing II at Babson. She has been a Visiting Lecturer for Framingham State University's English Department since 2018. Before Babson she taught at UCLA extension and Bunker Hill Community College. In all her teaching she aims to emphasize that understanding how a writer tells a story in any form, be it an essay, academic article, short story or novel, leaves a map for readers to follow and apply in their own writing.

Ms. Spampinato received her MFA in creative writing (fiction) from New Mexico State University and her BA in English and Spanish from Wesleyan University. She has written for various online story applications. Her nonfiction essays have appeared in Bay State Parent and The Longfellow Bridge. She is currently at work on a novel.

Academic Degrees

  • MFA, New Mexico State University
  • BA, Wesleyan University

Academic Interest / Expertise

Rhetoric, Composition, Creative Writing