Megan Henly is a social scientist at the University of New Hampshire. Her expertise as an analyst and survey methodologist has been utilized in research publications on a variety of topics including rural migration, environmental justice, gender inequalities within the family, retirement & aging, and child maltreatment. Most recently, her research centers on examining trends among people with disabilities. All of this work is united in extending our understanding of inequalities.
Megan's favorite classes to teach are statistics and research methods. She earned an M.S. in survey methodology from the University of Maryland-College Park and a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of New Hampshire. She can frequently be found running the trails and back roads along the New Hampshire seacoast.