2011 M.A. John Carroll University
Theology and Religious Studies Master’s Essay: “Christianity in America: The Evolution-Creationism Debate” Advisor: Dr. John Spencer
2007 B.A. Kent State University
Summa Cum Laude University Honors: “A Case Study: Church and State Relations Following Hurricane Katrina” Advisor: Dr. Erin O’Brien Major: Political Science, concentration in Public Policy Minors: Pre-Law; and Religion Studies
Megan's primary research interests are at the intersection of politics and religion. She is interested in how religion interacts with politics both individually and institutionally, as well as the measurement of religion in quantitative discourse. Megan continues to be interested in interfaith education and engagement following her research with the Pluralism Project at Harvard University.
American Political Science Association, American Academy of Religion, Phi Beta Kappa