Megan Graduated from the University of Arizona in 2007 with a dual degree ijn Anthropology and Media Arts. She went on to receive an MSc in Visual Anthropology from the University of Arizona. Her experience has been in social research and behavioral health.
Her duties will include helping to organize CEAC annual greenhouse engineering and crop production short courses and intensive workshops, managing CEAC social media outlets and all online resources (including the website), marketing and branding, working with our CEA industry and other stakeholders, and welcoming visitors from her duty-post in the CEAC lobby.
Additionally, she will also serve as an aide to the CEAC Director and Department Head of Biosystems Engineering. She is very excited to be working with all faculty, staff and students at CEAC and all other affiliated academic units in UA, and hopes to meet as many of you as possible!
BA Anthropology/ Media Arts
MSc Visual Anthropology