Meghan is a fourth-year graduate student in Clinical Psychology. She received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Virginia in 2016. Meghan studies adolescent social development and has a particular interest in how the ways in which we interact with our peers during our teenage years cascade forward into our mental, physical, and relational health in adulthood. She also serves as the Director of Facilitator Training for Hoos Connected, which allows her to take what she learns in her research and apply it by teaching undergraduate facilitators how to scaffold supportive, positive connections among students in their Hoos Connected groups.