Megan Fletcher


Megan Fletcher, PhD she/her/hers

Assistant Professor

English & Communication


Liberal Arts 305A


2022North Carolina State UniversityPhD
2016North Carolina State UniversityMS
2013Bridgewater State UniversityBA



An introduction to the art of public speaking through the study of effective principles combined with practice in speaking before a group.

Introduction to digital and media literacy. Introduction to foundational literacy practices in digital media analysis and composition. Students learn core concepts in digital media studies while also developing foundational skills in composing texts across genres and modes¿written, visual, and aural. Students will also learn and employ various rhetorical tactics to develop skills in questioning and troubleshooting with technology.

Capstone study. The course focus will change with the instructor, but topics may include professional writing and communication, mass communication, strategic communication, technical communication, and others.

Development of intermediate level of communication skills about health-related concerns. Students learn to communicate effectively with diverse professional and public audiences and to connect the development of communication strategies to social, cultural, and political context. The course is organized around a semester-specific theme pertaining to the social determinants of health, health disparities, and public health concerns.


Online and Continuing Education Courses

Introduction to the communication skills required in business and industry. Students will learn how to prepare, produce, revise, and deliver business reports, professional communications, computer-supported presentations, and oral presentations.


Research interests

  • Strategic Communication
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Media & Technology
  • Autoethnography
  • Community-Based Research

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Dr. Megan Alyssa Fletcher is a feminist scholar of media, technology, and violence. She incorporates narrative-driven and intersectional approaches to craft interdisciplinary interventions for studying (and ultimately preventing) violence against women broadly, and intimate partner violence specifically.