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A2i Coffee Chat with Dr. Meghan O’Neil, Assistant Director of Bass Connections


Meghan O’Neil, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Bass Connections

A graphic for the "A2i Coffee Chat with Dr. Meghan O’Neil, Assistant Director of Bass Connections" event on October 5.

Coffee chats are where we bring in guests to talk about their journey within their chosen field.

Head shot of Dr. Meghan ONeil

Meghan O’Neil is the assistant director of Bass Connections, an academic program at Duke that supports collaborative interdisciplinary research through faculty-led project teams, summer programs, courses, and research grants. Meghan provides broad administrative, communications, and strategic support for the program, and works closely with Duke faculty and administrators to develop and deploy best practices for team-based research. An enthusiastic advocate of collaboration and mentorship across disciplines, she is a 2018 graduate of Duke’s doctoral program in English and has extensive experience as an instructor, researcher and project manager. Before coming to Duke, Meghan worked for the United States Department of Justice and earned degrees from the University of Chicago and Georgetown University. 

A2i is a program at Duke focused on helping humanities and social science PhD students find, apply for, and secure employment outside academia. While the content, industry partners, and guest presenters will be tailored for humanities and social science doctoral candidates, other graduate and professional students from Duke are welcome to attend. See the complete lineup of fall 2022 A2i events on the Duke Career Center website.

This event is sponsored by Duke Career Center. Questions? Contact Jiayue Liu, A2i intern.


Alumni, Careers Beyond Academia, Professional Adaptability, Professional Development