Meghan Shaw


PhD Candidate


Meghan is a PhD Student within the School of Life and Environmental Sciences. She has a strong interest in Wildlife Conservation, Social Sciences, Psychology, and Scientific Communication. Her cross-disciplinary work focuses on the impact of wildlife imagery on public attitudes and support for conservation and wildlife. This work includes partnerships with Zoos Victoria, The Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and the Natural History Museum, London. She hopes this work will uncover key insights into how we can best portray wildlife via images, in order to develop strong public support for species protection