Megan Hill is an instructional designer with Penn State’s World Campus Learning Design and joined the unit in August 2018. She has completed a variety of course design projects related to the arts and faculty development, and she particularly enjoys when design projects include collaborative opportunities. Megan whole-heartedly prescribes to the sentiments of author C.S. Lewis who famously said, “two heads are better than one.”
Megan received her bachelor of science degree in criminal justice and psychology from Saint Francis University in 2012. In 2013, Megan accepted a position at Penn State University as an administrative assistant. In 2016, she earned a post-baccalaureate certificate in educational technology integration and moved into an instructional production specialist role. She later completed her master of education in learning design and technology in May 2018.
In her free time, Megan loves to spend time with her children outdoors and attending her son’s baseball games. She enjoys hiking, fishing, boating, and tubing. Megan also enjoys reading a good book and watching criminal investigation shows or documentaries.