Victim Researcher Profile
Megan C. Stewart
University of Toledo
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Dr. Megan Stewart is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Justice/Criminal Justice Program, and the Program Director for the Master's in Criminal Justice (MACJ) program. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati in Criminal Justice, with an emphasis in Crime Prevention and Criminology. She also previously served as a hotline counselor and rape crisis advocate in Butler County. Her current research interests include violence against women (e.g. rape, stalking, physical abuse), victim-offender relationships, health consequences of violence, college student victimization, and school-aged bullying. Addtionally, Dr. Stewart has been part of the team recieving VOCA funding and DOJ Campus Grant funding for victim services and training at the University of Toledo.
Bullying, Campus Sexual Assault, Other Campus Crime, Domestic and Family Violence, Physical Assault (other than domestic violence or elder abuse), Sexual Abuse or Violence (other than campus sexual assault), Stalking
VICTIM RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Community-based participatory research, Data collection, Descriptive studies, Needs assessment, Program evaluation