Education Alumni News: Meg Eubank

By Sue Gettlin | February 15, 2012

Meg Eubank ’05 BA, Elementary Education; ’07 M.Ed., Language Arts and Fine Arts/Photography, Meg coordinates Welcome the Stranger, a nonprofit that offers English classes to immigrants and refugees in Morrisville, PA. She supervises and develops curriculum and teaches her own caseload of 75 English Language Learner students. She is an ESL Specialist at Bucks County Community College and a mentor to new hires. Last summer, she completed a Teaching Fellowship for the National Endowment for the Humanities, creating curriculum for The Mark Twain House and Museum. In addition to teaching, she is active in the fine arts world, exhibiting photography at galleries and participating in workshops. She participated in the John Sexton ‘The Expressive Black and White Print’ photography workshop in Carmel Valley, CA. Her work may be seen at