• As vice president for Academic Affairs, Megan Mustain oversees all academic programs as well as the academic budget and contributes significantly to Trinity University's vision and strategic goals. She develops and mentors faculty and professional staff in Academic Affairs, including Coates Library, TU Press, Athletics, and the Registrar.

    • Ph.D. at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
    • M.A. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
    • B.A. Texas A&M University
    • Overcoming Cynicism: William James and the Metaphysics of Engagement. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2011.
    • “Utopian Rhythms: Ralph Ellison and the Jazz Aesthetic,” Revista Espaço Acadêmico, n° 96, May 2009.
    • “The Role of Temperament in the Philosophies of Emerson and James,” Streams of William James, Volume 5, Issue 3, Fall 2003.
    • “Prometheus Double-Bound: Educating the Social Individual,” Philosophical Studies in Education, Volume 33, 2002.
    • M. Moore, M. Mustain, K. Daniel, I. Chen, S. Safe, T. Zacharewski, B. Gillesby, A. Joyeux, and P. Balaguer, “Antiestrogenic Activity of Hydroxylated Polychlorinated Biphenyl Congeners Identied in Human Serum,” (1997) Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 142(1):160-168.
    • William James
    • Metaphysics
    • Philosophy of Education
    • American Philosophy
    • Social Philosophy
    • Philosophy of Medicine/Biosciences