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Meghan Fagan, Ph.D.

Faculty of Supervision and Instruction, ACE Teaching Fellows

Meghan Fagan


Dr. Meghan Fagan serves as a faculty member and academic supervisor for ACE Teaching Fellows. She teaches courses related to secondary social studies instruction and supervises ACE Teaching Fellows in a number of communities across the country.

Meghan earned her undergraduate degree in history from the University of Notre Dame in 2011 and joined the 18th cohort of ACE Teaching Fellows where she taught middle school social studies in Corpus Christi, TX. After teaching in Chicago for a number of years, she earned her Ph.D. in Teaching and Teacher Education from the University of Michigan where she worked closely with preservice secondary social studies teachers.

Meghan and her husband, Chris, have one son, Connor.


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2022 Ph.D., University of Michigan

2013 M.Ed., University of Notre Dame

2011 B.A., History, University of Notre Dame