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Megan Anderson is an undergraduate double-majoring in Physics and Oxbridge History of Ideas at William Jewell College (Class of 2019). By studying the history of both human thought and scientific progress, Meg hopes to strengthen her ability to communicate complex technical and conceptual material to a variety of audiences.
Meg has lived in the Kansas City metro area since she was born, and she enjoys increasing her involvement in the community. She has experienced this especially through her work as a classroom assistant at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, her summer as a strategy intern at Barkley, and her time as a student at William Jewell College. On campus, Meg is involved in EPR physics research, the WJC First-Year Mentor program, and the student representative group for the Office of the President. Additionally, Meg is a University Innovation Fellow through Stanford. Meg has been a member of the Society of Physics Students since her first year of college, and she served as the 2016/2017 secretary for the SPS chapter at William Jewell College.
Meg is currently studying abroad at Oxford University where she has been involved with the physics department and volunteered for the UK Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics. She has loved her travel experiences but looks forward to returning to the Midwest this summer.