Megan provides advising support for graduate students in Political Science. Megan advises graduate students throughout their time at KU, including admissions, enrollment, petitions, comprehensive/final exams, and graduation. Megan also works with graduate faculty and students to understand University policies and procedures, develops written and online communications for current and prospective students, and connects current and prospective students with campus resources to aid in their personal and professional wellbeing.
Megan began her role in the College Office of Graduate Affairs (COGA) in 2017. Megan provides support for graduate programs in three departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Political Science, Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, and the Institute for Leadership Studies. Prior to coming to KU, Megan earned an M.Ed. in Counselor Education (Student Affairs) from Clemson University and a B.S. in Family Studies & Human Services from Kansas State University.
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