Greg Belliveau, MFA
Adjunct Faculty, Literature and Creative Writing
Greg received his MFA from Pacific University, Oregon.
He has been published in The Atticus Review, The Cleveland Review, and Vine Leaves of which his vignette LG Don’t Want To Fly was selected for their 2012 Best Of Anthology published by eMergent Publishing.
Mr. Greg Belliveau is a 2008 Christopher Isherwood Grant Recipient, an Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train’s January 2012 Short-Short Fiction Contest, as well as the 2002 Christy Award finalist for Best First Novel Go Down To Silence (Multnomah: a Division of Random House, 2001) which will be coming out in eBook form in 2014.
Her field experience includes three years as an accountant for a country club, two years as an accountant for a holding company that managed six assisted living/retirement communities and eleven years as a senior staff accountant at a regional accounting firm. Ms. Browning served as Accounting Program Chair - Wabash Valley Region and Accounting Curriculum Chair at Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana, where she taught for thirteen years. She has also taught accounting courses at Bradley University in Illinois and accounting/business courses at Monmouth University in Illinois.