Megan is the visiting assistant professor of ethics and society at Starr King School for the Ministry, a member school of the Graduate Theological Union, where she has taught since 2009.
She offers a warm introduction to academically rigorous material and real-world applications of new knowledge and skills.
Megan’s pedagogical style is responsive to feminist, queer, and liberatory methods. She embraces student input and self-reflection, wishing to help religious leaders to develop embodied, critical perspectives on issues that span multiple viewpoints, contexts, and concerns. She uses dialogue, multimedia, and case study analysis to cultivate shared meaning that “sticks” with you — take what you learn in the classroom into your professional life and communities.
Courses Taught, 2009-2016
Introduction to Thea/ological Ethics
Community Intern Integrative Seminar
Dynamic Youth Ministry
Resilience & Resistance