Margaret "Meg" Loveless
Graduated: 2015, Masters in Pan African Studies
Thesis title: Narratives (Re)Creating Racial Identity: Writing Out Loud and Speaking Past Doubt
- Recipient: Cerificate of University Teaching, Future Professoriate Program;
- Currently, Meg is earning a second advance degree at Syracuse University: Master of Science (M.S.), English/Language Arts Teacher Education 2015 – 2016; and
- Student Teacher at West Genesee School District - January 2016 – Present
Graduate Student Information
Meg Loveless received a BA in multidisciplinary studies from the University of Oklahoma in May 2012 with a focus on English – Literary and Cultural Studies, African & African American Studies, and History. As a graduate fellow, her research interests include the notions of authenticity in hip-hop, the prison industrial complex, color-blind racism’s impact on political and societal structures, and activist scholarship. After receiving her master’s degree from Syracuse, she plans on pursuing her PhD.