Megan Mullin

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Megan Mullin is Associate Professor of Environmental Politics at the Nicholas School of the Environment, with secondary faculty appointments in the Department of Political Science and the Sanford School of Public Policy. She currently serves as Director of Graduate Studies for the University Program in Environmental Policy (UPEP).

Mullin is a scholar of American political institutions and behavior, with emphasis on environmental politics. She studies the intersection between environmental conditions and political decision making. She has published broadly in political science, public administration, and general science outlets, and she teaches and advises students in the areas of environmental politics, local politics, and water governance in the United States.

Before coming to Duke, Mullin served on the political science faculty at Temple University.