Greene joined the School of Nursing in May 2021 as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing after working in the field of higher education technology with a focus on accreditation and assessment work. In her role at SON, she focuses on writing instruction and coaching, accreditation and assessment work, and instructional design.

Additionally, Greene has spent over a dozen years teaching writing, literature, and communication courses. Past positions include service as the Assistant Director of Assessment for the Writing and Communication Program at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she also held a Marion L. Brittain postdoctoral fellowship focused on the teaching of technical communication courses. While at Georgia Tech, she worked with the Center for Teaching and Learning on a long-term project evaluating course evaluations and teaching effectiveness, in addition to the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, where she developed teaching materials and assessment methods emphasizing sustainability and service learning as key student learning outcomes.

Greene received a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Rhode Island. Greene also has an M.A. from the University of Rochester and a B.S. from SUNY Brockport.


Current Focus

My role with SON:

I'm delighted to be with the School of Nursing where I get the chance to work with students on writing, with faculty and staff on issues related to institutional effectiveness, and with faculty on instructional design projects. My goal is to help improve the manifold ways that healthcare professionals communicate with patients and their loved ones.