Meg Gregory holds a PhD from Illinois State University in English Studies (emphasis in Medieval Studies), with a Graduate Certificate in Women and Gender Studies (2017). Her recent research involves the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Particular SoTL interests include employing inclusive and equitable teaching strategies, engaging students in reflective writing, and supporting the development of students’ disciplinary reading and writing skills. Her most recent publication is "Building Curiosity and Confidence: Motivating Student Learners through Linguistic Exploration Logs in History of the English Language," which is forthcoming in Fall 2023 in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching (SMART).
Meg teaches in the Dreams & Nightmares theme in College Writing and acts as one of the assistant directors in the College Writing Program. In addition to her role in the College Writing Program at WashU, Meg is currently adjunct associate professor of English at Webster University where she regularly teaches History of the English Lanuage, Introduction to Linguistics, and courses on medieval literature and culture. Meg has twice been the Departmental Nominee for the Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching at Webster (2018 & 2021). Meg previously taught a range of English courses at Illinois State University; Lincoln College in Lincoln, IL; Lincoln College Normal-IL; and Heartland Community College.
Prior to joining the College Writing Program full-time in Fall 2023, she was Associate Director of Faculty Programs in the Center for Teaching and Learning at WashU where she worked to support graduate students, postdocs, and faculty from accross campus in their pedagogical practice. Meg remains on the board of the Coalition for Langauge Teaching and Learning at WashU and a founding committee member for the Annual Langauge Teaching Fair. She is also involved in the ongoing Literacies for Life and Career initiative in the College of Arts & Sciences.