Megan Snider Bailey
1704 Capital Hall
Megan Snider Bailey, from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is a doctoral candidate in Instructional Leadership with a concentration in Social & Cultural Studies of Education from The University of Alabama. Megan graduated magna cum laude from Birmingham-Southern College with a Bachelor of Arts in History with Honors. She holds a graduate certificate in Qualitative Research Methods. Megan has published research on service-learning and civic engagement in the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning and presented at academic conferences including the American Educational Research Association, the American Educational Studies Association, the Louisiana State University Curriculum Theory Project, and the Southeastern Philosophy of Education Society. Megan serves her community as a member of the Temporary Emergency Services Advisory Board, Tuscaloosa Citizens Against Predatory Lending, the Junior League of Tuscaloosa, and the UA Phi Beta Kappa Advisory Board. She was awarded Most Outstanding Graduate Student in Social & Cultural Studies of Education and received the David J. Frailey award for her undergraduate thesis. Megan teaches UH 101: Moral Forum each fall and promotes the success of the Center via curricular and co-curricular initiatives. She joined the CESR staff in June 2012.