M.P.H., Emory University
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Megan Knapp serves as a Lecturer in the Department of Applied Physiology and Wellness. Megan began her career at SMU in 2007 as a Health Educator with the Memorial Health Center. In this position, Megan worked on a variety of health-related programs and advised and educated several students groups. Megan has served on a number of university committees and task forces including, among others, the President's Task Force on Substance Abuse and the President's Commission on the Status of Women.
In 2004, Megan received a Bachelor of Arts from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, with majors in biology and communications. Megan earned a Masters in Public Health from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health in 2005. While at Emory, Megan worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention performing research and publishing articles on topics related to the prevention of adverse outcomes in hospital settings. Megan then moved to the Dallas area where she worked for Tarrant County Public Health Department in emergency preparedness.
Megan enjoys the outdoors, travel, live music, creating ceramics, and cooking. When not around campus, Megan can probably be found in East Dallas hanging out with her husband, Brad, and her dog, Harper.