Megan is a researcher and science communicator with a background in ecology, songbird physiology, and the theoretical and practical aspects of science writing and engagement. Her expertise includes synthesis and translation of scientific research, with a focus on best practices in the design and assessment of outreach activities. Megan supports web development, social media engagement, writing and design, working to support and highlight the interdisciplinary research and education programs at the Center for Geospatial Analytics. She holds Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Ecology and a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Environmental Studies.
- Making It Spatial Makes It Personal: Engaging Stakeholders with Geospatial Participatory Modeling (2019)
- Dietary antioxidants and flight exercise in female birds affect allocation of nutrients to eggs: how carry-over effects work (2016)
- Oxidative balance in birds: An atoms-to-organisms-to-ecology primer for ornithologists (2016)
- Crafting and evaluating Broader Impact activities: A theory-based guide for scientists (2015)
- Migrating songbirds on stopover prepare for, and recover from, oxidative challenges posed by long-distance flight (2015)
- Fall-winter survival of ruffed grouse in New York state (2011)