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Megan Schoeman

Alumni of James Madison University

James Madison University
Longwood University
International School Beijing

James Madison University announces fall 2018 graduates

James Madison University is pleased to announce the following student who graduated during the December 15, 2018 commencement exercises. Megan Anne Schoeman of Harrisonburg, VA graduated with a de...

January, 22 2019 - Verified by James Madison University
Schoeman Graduates from JMU During December Commencement

James Madison University was pleased to graduate more than 930 members of the campus community. Commencement ceremonies took place in December 2018. Megan Schoeman, of Harrisonburg, VA, earned a ...

January, 10 2019 - Verified by James Madison University
Megan Schoeman of Harrisonburg named to JMU dean's list

James Madison University is pleased to announce the following students made the dean's list for the spring 2018 semester. Harrisonburg, VA resident, Megan Anne Schoeman, has been named to the dean'...

June, 07 2018 - Verified by James Madison University
Megan Schoeman of Harrisonburg named to the dean's list at James Madison University

James Madison University is pleased to announce the following student made the dean's list for the fall 2017 semester. Harrisonburg, VA resident, Megan Anne Schoeman, has been named to the dean...

January, 30 2018 - Verified by James Madison University
Megan Schoeman was recognized for earning a spot on the Dean's List
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Alpha Phi Omega
Member of Longwood's Alpha Alpha Omicron chapter of the national service fraternity.
Fall 2015 - Longwood University
Madison Historians
The Madison Historians is open to all students interested in history. The club provides out-of-classroom history-related experiences for students as well as fun, fellowship and service.
Student Lab Assistant- Department of Sociology and Anthropology at James Madison University

Process historic and prehistoric artifacts including washing, identifying, and labeling

Perform supervised analysis of material culture and computerized data entry

September 2017 - Present
Educational Affairs Program Assistant- Department of State U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China at US Department of State

Organized and hosted U.S.-China Fulbright Scholar Program orientations and program placements
Created websites, social media accounts, and informational videos regarding life in the U.S. (culture, history, and geography)
Promoted EducationUSA workshops to assist Chinese high school students with U.S. university application processes and research

May 2016 - August 2016
Administrative Assistant- Medical Unit, Embassy of the United States Beijing, China at US Department of State

Greeted patients, scheduled appointments, updated patient records, organized clinics inventory, and performed various administrative tasks (copying, filing, shredding, mailing) for the Medical Unit

Planned health education workshops for U.S. Embassy personnel

May 2015 - August 2015
Economic Dialogue Assistant- Economy Section, Embassy of the United States Beijing, China at US Department of State

Researched Chinese-U.S. trade information and briefed international entrepreneurs

Supervised and organized set-up and security for the Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and official embassy events

May 2014 - August 2014
VAT/Voucher Examiner- Financial Management Office, Embassy of the United States Beijing, China at US Department of State

Assisted in embassy cashiering services.

Updated Embassy allowance database.

Assisted American Adjudicators with visa processing for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

June 2012 - August 2013
Band of Sisters: Gendered Roles for Women Agents in the Strategic Operations Executive During World War II
British society could not contemplate the idea of putting women in dangerous positions before WWII. In 1942 Great Britain’s secret agency, the Strategic Operations Executive, recruited its first women secret agents. The women were trained in guerrilla warfare and were the few women among the Western Allies to serve in combative roles behind enemy lines to establish a web of resistance groups in every European occupied country. Being a woman secret agent working in Nazi-occupied France was no picnic. This paper explores the gendered differences and implementation of strategies agents used in France to avoid being caught by the Gestapo and to ultimately cause chaos for the Nazis.
Research Projects
Transcription and Analysis of the Daniel Harrison Probate Inventory
Daniel Harrison died on July 10, 1770 and the probate inventory of his estate allows archaeologists and researchers to understand the daily life, property, socio-economic status, and the people living at Fort Harrison at the time it was recorded. The observations made from the inventory will also provide guidance for archaeologists in their future investigations of the property.
Research Projects
Indications of Status Within the Victorian Middle Class Home: The Drawing Room
Due to the importance of social status, the home became an object of displaying a family’s wealth and position in society. Entertainment was an important aspect of life in Victorian England; therefore, middle class families invited visitors to their homes for diner, tea, recitals, and other functions. The drawing room was one of the most important rooms of the house because it was one of the few rooms that guests would enter. Due to the standards set forth in manuals and handbooks, the furnishings and decorations in the drawing room became a symbol of wealth and social status which confirmed a middle class family’s respectability in Victorian England.
Research Projects

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