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Megan Brunner

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Academic Interests: 

Megan has been working with the Bioenergy Education Initiative since summer 2016. As a doctoral student in the College of Education, she is interested in researching the connections between pedagogy and content knowledge for secondary mathematics teachers and improving undergraduate teacher certification programs. As part of the Bioenergy Education Initiative, Megan has been responsible for program evaluation of the Bioenergy Summer Bridge to College, the Bioenergy Minor program in the College of Agriculture Sciences, and of SMILE teacher workshops throughout the year.