Megan Jones

Class Year:
Class of 2016


Megan graduated in 2016 with a B.S. in Meteorology and a minor in mathematics. She was a 3-year officer in OUCAMS, including being the President during her senior year, and was also the Geography Learning Community Leader. For both her junior and senior year, Megan was a part of Dr. Fogt’s research group on Antarctic climate, and is a contributing author on two published papers, with a third being written during summer 2016. Other accomplishments during her undergraduate career include the David Keirns Public Service Award in Meteorology, an Outstanding Graduating Senior Award, and the Outstanding Undergraduate Scalia Scholar. Her interest in polar meteorology grew during her time at OU, leading her to the Ohio State University for graduate school starting in Fall 2016. Megan will be a TA in the Department of Geography while researching with the Polar Meteorology group at the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center. In her free time, she enjoys being with her friends, watching sports, reading, and cooking.