Megan Sanders is a Postdoctoral Teaching Consultant and Research Associate at the Eberly Center. In her role, she consults with faculty and graduate students, with a particular focus on supporting instructors in conducting research about student outcomes in their courses. In addition, she helps design, implement, and analyze data from Eberly Center research projects about student learning and engagement.
Megan earned her doctorate in educational psychology from the Ohio State University in 2016. While at Ohio State, she also worked as a Graduate Consultant at the University Center for the Advancement of Teaching and taught educational psychology courses for pre-service teachers. Her research focused on the idea of relevance in higher education—how we define it, how students perceive it, and how to measure it—an interest that also translates into her work at the Eberly Center.