Summer 2018, I was interviewed by one of my professors from Purdue University for her podcast, Engineering Education Research Briefs. Fast forward to 16:40 to hear my portion.
2013 was my most active year in blogging yet, and I am excited to release the top 10 posts for the year! My goal is to write on topics on how we can better “engineer equity in education,” and I hope I have succeeded! I am looking forward to 2014 and further developing my thought leadership […]
Every year of my National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, I have to write and submit a summary report. Here is a review of what I did for the school/funding year of June 2012 – May of 2013: As a Doctoral Candidate in Engineering Education at Purdue University, my attention this past year has been […]
As a nascent scholar, and near doctoral graduate, conferences offer incredible opportunities to present my work, learn from others, and build my network. This page serves as a landing page for a professional flyer I’ve created about me, my current work, and my summer 2013 conference presentations.
Honored to be a guest blogger for Compass Learning out of Austin, Texas! [list3]<li>What exactly is engineering?</li> <li>What do engineers do?</li> <li>Why does the perception matter?</li>[/list3] Read my guest blog post for 3 Ideas on Improving Perceptions of Engineering.
Honored to guest blog today on BigBeacon.org: A Movement to Transform Engineering Education. Change the Conversation: Engineering Awareness in K-12. The blog discusses the lack of public understanding of engineering and the need to remedy this change in K-12. The National Academy of Engineering Changing the Conversation messages are listed as a framework, and two […]
See the top 10 posts of 2012 on MeaganPollock.com!
STEMinist focuses on women in Science, Tech, Engineering and Math. They hope to increase the visibility of women in STEM, promote and elevate the perspective of women in these traditionally underrepresented fields, encourage younger women and girls to pursue careers in STEM, and capture a social media snapshot of what’s trending for women in STEM. […]
An honest reflection on 2012, and some forward thoughts to 2013. It’s been a year to remember… and I am optimistic and hopeful for the greater things yet to come. What have I become this year in pursuit of my goals? I have become a stronger woman. I faced great fears, overcame personal failures, achieved professional milestones, and taken great leaps. What can I hope for 2013? That I am stronger still.
This is a new venture to keep a list of blogs I like… http://www.neverpink.com (10/28/12) http://iridescentlearning.blogspot.com (10/30/12) http://stamfordstemnetwork.blogspot.com (10/31/12) http://blog.powertheyouth.org (10/31/12) http://stemequity.com (11/1/12) http://journeys-in-engineering-education.blogspot.com (11/6/12) http://stemcareer.com (11/26/12) http://advantages-of-a-womens-college.blogspot.com/ (3/25/13)