Meg is a registered nurse working in community health promotion, sustainability education, and environmental justice. Her research has explored the development of sustainability competence in nurse training, including a randomized pilot of a water quality module with local relevance, and implementation of waste reduction and sustainability efforts in healthcare simulation settings. She recently contributed to the UM President’s Commission for Carbon Neutrality as a member of the Campus Culture & Communication Internal Analysis Team. On the Gala (learngala.com) and Michigan Sustainability Cases team, she contributes to the development of open source, multimedia sustainability learning tools. Her background includes training in art & design and outdoor education, as well as interdisciplinary collaboration and fieldwork in Quito, Ecuador and at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambaréné, Gabon. Meg regularly contributes to It’s Hot in Here, the environmental radio show on 88.3 WCBN Ann Arbor. She is a member of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, the North American Association for Environmental Education, Academy Health, and the Midwest Nursing Research Society.
University of Michigan PhD Nursing