Environmental governance, politics, policy, and decision-making; social-ecological systems; urban sustainability; water resources; climate change; women and gender in the Arab world
Klasic is a Geography PhD Candidate at the University of California, Davis. She is also pursuing a designated emphasis in Computational Social Science. Klasic is a Professors for the Future Fellow and a National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) Fellow. Prior to UCD, Klasic was a Policy Analyst at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for 10 years. While at EPA, Klasic worked on Outreach and Communications, Drinking Water Operator Certification and Capacity Development, and Nonpoint Source Pollution Management. Klasic grew up on a tree farm in rural Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She lives in Roseville with her partner, Andrew Leach.
Meghan teaches courses in environmental science and policy. Her teaching portfolio includes Climate Change and Global Environmental Sustainability (Johns Hopkins University), Public Lands Management (UC Davis), and Environmental Analysis (UC Davis). She has served as a teaching assistant for courses on water resource management, career planning, Environmental Science, and water quality monitoring. Meghan pursues an active learning classroom that draws on collaborative and constructivist pedagogical approaches.