Visiting Professor of Fashion
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Academic Accomplishments

  • B.S., Apparel Construction from University of Delaware in Newark, DE
  • B.A., Theater Production (Concentration in Costume Design) from University of Delaware in Newark, DE
  • M.Ed., Administration and Supervision from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ/li>
  • K-12 Certificates in – Teaching: Fashion Design, Interior Design, Theater
    Administration – Supervisory and Principal


Professor Reeves is a Visiting Professor of Fashion and Costume at Centenary University.  Before coming to Centenary, Professor Reeves worked for 12 years in the K-12 public education system in varied roles from classroom teacher of fashion to district supervisor of the arts.  She has also been a freelance costume designer for several years working with many theaters across the state of NJ.  Her latest endeavor is a YouTube channel for sewing and fashion tutorials called Meghan Grace DIY.

Her teaching responsibilities include levels one and two of Apparel Construction, Costume History, Textiles, and Computer Applications.  Due to growing up as a competitive figure skater, her design style tends to sway toward the glamorous and stage appropriate.  Her favorite thing to design is large theatrical musicals with lots of sparkles and feathers.  She loves to help students navigate their way through learning apparel construction, but also helping students find their design voice and the most meaningful path after graduation.  She is also responsible for advising all costume majors and overseeing their final thesis projects.  Professor Reeves has a penchant for costume history and is a great team member at trivia nights.  As her career at centenary unfolds, she looks forward to nurturing budding designers, continuing her research into social media and education in the time of COVID and how our past year has shaped the fashion industry and the business world.

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