Megan Miller

117C Eisenhower Hall

Student Success Coordinator

  • Oversees coordination of orientation for new graduate students
  • Mentor to Graduate Student Council (GSC) leaders and support for GSC committees and initiatives (travel awards, professional development seminars, research forums, social events, fundraising)
  • Collaborates with student service units to coordinate and promote programming for current graduate students
  • Coordinates Three Minute Thesis Competition
  • Facilitates Graduate School recruitment activities
  • Manages Graduate Student Ambassador Program and prospective graduate student campus tours
  • Coordinates Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (SUROP)
  • Coordinates graduate student awards
    - GSC and MAGS Awards for Graduate Student Teaching Excellence
    - CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award
    - MAGS/ProQuest Distinguished Thesis Award

Originally from Pueblo, Colorado, Megan began her role as the Graduate School's Student Success Coordinator in August 2014. She also worked as a graduate assistant for the Graduate School while working on her master's of science and PhD in psychology, completed at K-State in 2009 and 2014, respectively. Megan enjoys spending free time baking sweet treats for holidays and office celebrations. She and her husband Jeffrey enjoy life in the Little Apple but also look forward to trips to visit Megan's family in Colorado and Jeffrey's family in Hawaii.