Environmental Studies Faculty

Meghan Neville

Meghan Neville

Email: Nevillette@gmail.com

Current Position

Watershed Restoration Planning Intern - UM Watershed Health Clinic

Tribal Summit and Annual Conference Research and Planning Intern - Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent 



M.S. Environmental Studies Candidate

Focus area: Environmental Justice

Candidate for Natural Resource Conflict Resolution Certificate

B.A. Environment and Natural Resources, Communications, Honors Program, Spanish minor, University of Wyoming, 2016

Teaching Experience

Graduate Teaching Assistant for International State Department Program - SUSI

Graduate Teaching Assistant for Nature and Society - ENST 230

Graduate Teaching Assistant for Environmental Science - ENSC 105

Professional Experience

Research and Data Technician: Ruckelshaus Institute, University of Wyoming

Public Engagement Organizer: Ruckelshaus Institute, University of Wyoming

Social Media Internship: Wyoming EPSCoR

National Park Research Internship: Grand Teton National Park

International Experience

Studied at Universidad Veritas in San Jose, Costa Rica

Studied at Coastal Spanish Institute in Tamarindo, Costa Rica

Field Study in the Canary Islands, Spain