Fields of Study: Environmental Politics and Policy, Political Theory, and Public Administration and Public Policy
About: Morgann received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College) in 2010 and completed her M.A. in Political Science at Colorado State University in 2013. As a doctoral student, Morgann’s primary research interests revolve around studying the diverse and highly contested conceptualizations of environmental sustainability both within the theoretical literature and in practice. Morgann is also passionate about engaging with transformative ecopolitical theories, such as social ecology and ecofeminism, and exploring the potential of these theoretical frameworks to inform political action and remediate pressing environmental concerns.