Morgan Green

Morgan Green

Instructor

Office: 224 Carpenter Hall
green@me.msstate.edu
P 662.325.2364

Education

M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Mississippi State University, 2019.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Mississippi State University, 2017.

Experience Record

  • Instructor, Mississippi State University, 2019-Present
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mississippi State University, 2017-2019
  • Graduate Assistant, Famous Maroon Band, Mississippi State University, 2017-2019
  • Undergraduate Researcher, Mississippi State University, 2015

Introduction

"I love being a part of the ME Faculty after having completed my BS and MS in the department. It is my goal to give back to future students like those before me gave to me. As Undergraduate Laboratory Coordinator, I manage our undergraduate lab spaces and courses, ensuring that they are top-notch educational spaces. I also serve as co-faculty advisor of MELO and Director of Project ENspire."

Working at MSU

"Having gone through this department as a student makes working on the faculty that much more enjoyable. Starkville and the Mississippi State University Communities welcomed me with open arms as a freshman, and I enjoy getting to give back to help create that community for future students. The opportunities here are limitless."

Teaching

"I love teaching and the opportunities it provides to interact with students. I strive to make the material accessible to students and am always looking for ways to improve my classes. MSU has a lot of ways for students to spend their time and improve as people, and I enjoy helping to guide students and offer advice throughout their time in college and beyond."

Research

"Overall, I am interested in finding new methods to integrate into the classroom to improve student learning and experiences. Currently I am studying improving and assessing professional skills in engineering students and employing more hands-on learning in the classroom."

Service

"My biggest service passion is outreach. I am the Founder and Director of Project ENspire, an engineering outreach program for 4th and 5th grade girls. I also enjoy speaking with prospective students to share about our department and the field of mechanical engineering. I am also a strong advocate for increasing the number of females in engineering, which I work on through advising the Mechanical Engineering Ladies Organization."

Service Positions

  • Mechanical Engineering Ladies Organization, Co-Advisor
  • Project ENspire, Director
  • Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Laboratory Coordinator
  • Tau Beta Pi, Advisory Board Member
  • American Society of Engineering Education, Member

Publications

Conference Papers

  • McCabe, E., Green, M. (2020). Enhancing K-12 Programs Through the Implementation of Discipline Specific Demonstrations, 2020 ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Auburn AL.
  • Spayde, D., Green, M., Kinard, K., (2020). Preemptive Topic Exposure to Enhance Student Interactions with Potential Employers, 2020 ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Auburn, AL.
  • Green, M., Spayde, D., Mago, P., (2019). Evaluating Course Effectiveness during the Transition from Demonstration to Hands-on Teaching Methods in the Solid Mechanics Laboratory, 2019 ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Raleigh, NC.
  • Spayde, D., Green, M., Kinard, K., (2019). Student Response to the Introduction of Programmable Logic Controllers Through the Use of a Virtual Engineering Laboratory Environment, 2019 ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Raleigh, NC.
  • Green, M., Knizley, A., (2018). Planning, Implementation, and Impact of K-12 Outreach Program Project ENspire, 2018 ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Daytona Beach, FL.
  • Green, M., Spayde, D., Mago, P., (2018). Use of Instructional Videos to Enhance the Learning Objectives of the Thermal Fluids Laboratory, 2018 ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Daytona Beach, FL.

Grants

  • MSSGC Student Led STEM Activities, 2021-2022
  • MSSGC Student Led STEM Activities, 2019-2020