Graduate Program Coordinator
- MA, Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education, Michigan State University
- BA, Interdisciplinary Humanities, Michigan State University
Megan Taylor is a dedicated higher education professional with a wide range of skills and experience in student advisement and advocacy, admissions and funding counseling, fund and grant management, faculty support and event coordination. She holds a B.A. in interdisciplinary humanities and a M.A. in higher, adult and lifelong education, both from Michigan State University, where she also served as an Academic Advisor for the College of Arts & Letters. As Stamps' Graduate Program Coordinator, Megan assists MFA in Art and MDes in Integrative Design students with their academic endeavors, as well as provides a high level of support to the faculty program directors and admissions committees.
Prior to joining Stamps in 2021, Megan was an Academic Advisor within the Department of World Arts & Cultures/Dance at UCLA and a Scholarship Advisor at San Diego State University (SDSU). In addition to her work in student affairs, she has extensive experience in scientific administration, serving as an Office Manager at the Molecular Biology Institute at UCLA and as a Program Project Grant Administrator for the SDSU Research Foundation.
In Megan’s free time she enjoys reading, Pilates, yoga and taking the occasional evening art class. When it is warm out, you can find Megan kayaking down the Huron and hiking. She loves being a world traveler and getting herself out there as much as possible!