Megan Henly

Megan Henly
Research Assistant
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Sociology

Megan Henly is a doctoral student in sociology. As a recipient of the Community, Health, and Environment Fellowship, she has worked at the Carsey Institute on the Community and Environment in Rural America (CERA) survey, collaborating on survey design and data analysis since 2008.

Megan holds a master’s degree in survey methodology from the University of Maryland and has experience in survey production and statistical analysis working for the federal government and in the nonprofit sector. Her interests are in rural sociology, inequality, demographic change, and survey methodology. Her dissertation research examines place-based effects and the role of migration in shaping quality of life for retirees.

Carsey Institute Publications