2020 Andrew Carnegie Fellows Recipient

Megan Mullin
Associate Professor of Environmental Politics, Duke University

Megan Mullin is an associate professor of environmental politics at Duke University who studies American political institutions and policies. She is particularly interested in the intersection of environmental conditions and political decisions in such areas as water supply and climate change. Her book on local drinking water policy, Governing the Tap: Special District Governance and the New Local Politics of Water, won the 2010 Lynton Keith Caldwell Prize for best book in environmental politics and policy.