Megan Rodgers is a research associate for the UNC Institute for the Environment’s Center for Public Engagement with Science (CPES). In this position, she develops and implements environmental health outreach with public health and housing professionals across the state, including GIS-based analysis of potential environmental health hazards. She also coordinates quarterly meetings for the NC Lead and Healthy Homes Task Force and manages undergraduate sustainability internships for the Sustainable Triangle Field Site (STFS) and the EcoStudio program. Furthermore, Megan maintains the CPES website pages and manages a number of other websites relating to Center’s work.
Experiential education, community outreach, internship management, program evaluation
MEA, Environmental Assessment, North Carolina State University, 2018
B.S., Environmental Science, North Carolina State University, 2014