Megan St. George

Megan St. George

PhD Student
Graduate Teaching Assistant

313.577.2930

megan.st.george@wayne.edu

2264 Faculty Administration Building (FAB)

Curriculum vitae

Social media

linkedin.com/in/megan-st-george

Megan St. George

Department

Sociology

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Gender and Work, Women and Minorities in STEM, Gendered Care Work, Feminist Theory, Intersectionality

Research

  • St. George, Megan Edgar. “Flexing Balance in the New Economy: Gender, Family, and Work in the New Economy.” Presented at the North Central Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH. March 29 – 30, 2019.
  • Anton, Jennifer and Megan Edgar St. George. “Handling Sexpectation: Massage Therapist’s Strategies for Confronting Clients Wanting Sex.” To be presented at the North Central Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH. March 29 – 30, 2019.
  • St. George, Megan Edgar. “Flexing Balance in the New Economy: Gender, Family, and Work in the New Economy.” Presented at the Sociologists for Women in Society Annual Winter Meeting, Denver, CO. February 7 – 10, 2019.
  • St. George, Megan Edgar. “Engineering Inequality: Factors that Attract and Repel Women Towards or Away from Engineering Disciplines.” Presented at the North Central Sociological Association Annual Meetings, Pittsburg, PA. April 6 – 7, 2018.
  • St. George, Megan Edgar. “Engineering Inequality: Factors that Attract and Repel Women Towards or Away from Engineering Disciplines.” Poster presented at the Graduate and Postdoctoral Scholar Research Symposium, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. March 6, 2018.
  • St. George, Megan Edgar. “The Cross Examination of Women in Industrial and Electrical Engineering: Factors that Attract and Repel Women Towards or Away from Engineering Disciplines.” Presented at the Michigan Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI. October 27 – 28, 2017.

Education

  • MA of Sociology from Wayne State University | BA of Sociology, Communication, and Women & Gender Studies from U of M - Flint

Currently teaching

  • GTA for SOC 3220, S with Dr. Montazer

Courses taught

  • GTA for SOC 1020, Social Problems with Dr. Morton
  • GTA for SOC 1010, Understanding Human Society with Dr. Brown
  • GTA for SOC 3220, Intro to Social Statistics with Dr. Montazer