MEG ATHA, MSEd
University of South Florida
Ph.D. Candidate – Educational Measurement and Evaluation
University of Rochester
MSEd Education – Curriculum
Meg Atha is an advisor at Edu advising on research, evaluation, and measurement. She specializes in evaluating education designed to promote creativity and critical thinking.
Meg performs translational educational research in creativity. Her work applies best practices to assess creativity in education. She teaches a university course on research, evaluation, and measurement.
Meg began work at Edu in 2012. She has successfully managed large projects funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the National Science Foundation, and Cornell University.
Meg worked in the Department of Education at Cornell. She holds an M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Rochester and is currently completing doctoral studies in education evaluation.