Meg Kunde’s research focuses on how political actors and political parties use texts, visual images, symbols and speech to enter into both formal and informal agreements with constituents and how this influences political relationships and policymaking. She likes to supplement her research with involvement in state politics. From 2013-2015, she worked as a program evaluator for the North Carolina General Assembly. Meg teaches courses in rhetoric and political communication with the goal of creating a classroom environment that can be used to establish patterns of critical thinking and effective deliberation.
- B.A., College of St. Benedict
- M.A., Ph.D. Minnesota