Meg Bishop


B.S., Haverford College

PRC Graduate Research Trainee
Meg Bishop

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

Biography


Meg Bishop is a second 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 factors that influence identity development, health, and well-being among LGBTQ+ populations. Meg is currently exploring how experiences of sex education and socialization impact LGBTQ+ health and identity. Ultimately, Meg’s goal is to produce rigorous research that informs programs and policies aimed at eliminating disparities experienced by LGBTQ+ populations.

Areas of Interest:

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

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