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Meg Bishop


M.A., University of Texas at Austin

PRC Graduate Research Trainee
Meg Bishop

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LGBTQ+ identity development, sexuality education, school policy and climate

Biography


Meg Bishop is a fourth year Ph.D student in the Human Development and Family Sciences Department at the University of Texas at Austin, working in the SOGI: Health and Rights Lab.

Meg’s research focuses on examining the role of sexual and gender minority youth's identity development for health and thriving. Meg is currently exploring how the timing of sexual minority identity development has changed in the last several decades, and how this timing relates to mental health and substance use. Ultimately, Meg’s goal is to produce rigorous research that informs programs and policies aimed at eliminating disparities experienced by sexual and gender minority people.

Areas of Interest:

  • LGBTQ+ identity development
  • Sex education
  • School policy and climate

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