Megan Stubbs-Richardson is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Sociology with a specialization in Criminology at Mississippi State University, while also serving as a Research Associate and Research Fellow at the University’s Social Science Research Center (SSRC). Beginning her research career in 2008, Megan has contributed to and gained experience with a variety of social science research pursuits and has experience applying a broad spectrum of methodologies and statistical analysis techniques. At the SSRC, Megan is a Co-PI on a project funded by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) on school safety initiatives and is a member of the Social Media Tracking and Analysis System (SMTAS) team. Her most recent research efforts examine public discussions of crime cases or crime-related policies in social media.
Areas of expertise: Crime, Law, & Deviance; Social Psychology; Gender; Media; Children & Youth; Methods & MethodologyDownload vitae