Amanda Page, MFA

Amanda Page, MFA

Assistant Professor


I teach English Composition and Applied Humanities. I also tutor undergraduate and graduate students in writing skills, grammar, paper development and organization, and APA style.


Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, University of Alabama, 2004

Bachelor of Specialized Studies in Writing & Women's History, Ohio University, 1998


Contributing Writer, Portsmouth Metro Magazine

Contributing Writer, Ravinia


Bowers-Abbott, M., Page, A., Shaw, P. & Snively, T. (2016, March 31). "We Are the Band: Creating Harmony in Online Writing Instruction Standards Across the Curriculum at a Single Purpose Institution." College English Association National Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Page, A. (2015). "The Writer Lens: Teaching Writing as a Way of Seeing the World," College English Association of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio

Page, A. (2015). "Somethin' Like That: Naming the Elusive Familiarity of Place in a Listener's Experience of Songs," PCA/ACA National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Bowers-Abbott, M., Page, A., Shaw, P. & Snively, T. (2015, March 27). Writing Across the Curriculum in a RN-BSN Program. Poster presented at the Ohio League for Nursing Education Summit, Dublin, Ohio.


Greater Columbus Arts Council "Artist in the Community" Professional Development Grant - May 2015

Otterbein University Humanities Advisory Council Faculty Travel Grant, 2014-2015

Community/Professional Service

Advisory Board Member, Wild Goose Creative

Current Board Member, Friends of the Ravines

Member, Young Ohio Preservationists