McIlreavy named interim associate dean
Megan McIlreavy, associate professor of psychology, has accepted the position of interim associate dean of University College. She brings her skill in assessment and research, and her interest in first-year student success to the position, according to Nelljean Rice, who announced the appointment. Rice is dean of University College.
Megan McIlreavy earned her Ph.D. in developmental and biological sciences from Virginia Tech. After graduation, she accepted a Franklin post-doctoral teaching fellowship at the University of Georgia. McIlreavy joined the CCU faculty in the fall of 2008 and has been an associate professor in the Department of Psychology. She brings strengths in academic assessment, research interests in teaching and learning, and enthusiasm for student success and well-being to University College. She is also very involved in the Grand Strand community with initiatives centered around the development of literacy skills in young children from low-income areas.
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