Megan Eisenman is a PhD candidate with a focus in comparative politics and methodology. Her substantive interests include the establishment of the rule of law in post-authoritarian societies, movements for social justice and the resource curse; her methodological interests include time series methods and simulation studies (Monte Carlos).
She has taught an undergraduate course in quantitative methods and worked as the teaching assistant for the graduate methods sequence. Megan also attended the ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research at the University of Michigan in 2011.
Megan earned her BA in International Studies and German at Miami University (Ohio) where she was a Harrison Scholar. She earned her MA in political science from Ohio State in 2012 and was the recipient of Ohio State’s Distinguished University Fellowship in 2009.