Meg is a lecturer in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford and a tutor in the Hume Center for Speaking and Writing. She holds a PhD in History of Science from Harvard University and a BA in English from Amherst College. Before coming to Stanford, Meg taught writing and research intensive courses at Harvard and MIT. At Stanford, Meg coordinates the Notation in Science Communication program; she enjoys helping students figure out how to translate their complex ideas about science and medicine for a range of audiences.

Education & Qualifications
  • Stanford University, Lecturer
  • Harvard University, PhD in History of Science
  • Harvard University, MA in History
  • Columbia University, MA in Russian, Eurasian and Eastern European Studies
  • Amherst College, BA in Neuroscience
  • Admissions Coaching
  • Creative Writing
  • Expository Writing & the Essay
  • History
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "[What did your tutor do well?] She was very prepared during our sessions, making our time highly productive. She also knew the material very well and even took the time to make me study guides to use in my exam preparation. Megan is a fantastic tutor, couldn't say a bad thing about her!"
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    (Dan, Boston College, Political Science)