Megan Bailey

Curriculum Development Director

1704 Capital Hall
(205) 348-1691
megan.bailey@ua.edu

Initiatives: Faculty Fellows in Service LearningPoverty, Faith, and Justice in America, Moral Forum, special projects

Megan, a Tuscaloosa native, graduated magna cum laude in May 2012 from Birmingham-Southern College with a Bachelor of Arts in history with honors. At Birmingham-Southern, Megan participated in the Donald C. Harrison Honors Scholar Program and co-taught a course on ancient Chinese civilization as a Charles B. Vail Distinguished Teaching Fellow. Megan also served as the Advocacy Liaison for the Bunting Center for Engaged Study and Community Action and participated in the Hess Fellows Program as a Communications Intern at the General Board of Church and Society in Washington, D.C. In her capacity as a Religious Life intern for Birmingham-Southern, Megan coordinated the hunger-awareness event, “Until Everyone Has Plenty,” in which college students and teenagers packed 25,000 meals for Haitian children. In 2011, Megan studied at St. John’s College, Oxford University through the British Studies at Oxford program. Megan is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and received the David J. Frailey award for her senior thesis. She joined the CESR staff in June 2012.