Megan Romer is currently an associate teaching professor for Penn State World Campus. Megan’s main interest is in teaching statistics. She has taught online since 2009 when she earned her doctorate from Penn State's Department of Statistics. She enjoys discussing statistical concepts and problems with students. Before returning to school to finish her doctorate, Megan worked in clinical trials as a senior research support associate. Megan Romer’s primary area of research is in incomplete data.
Ph.D., Statistics, 2009, The Pennsylvania State University.
M.S., Statistics, 2002, The Pennsylvania State University.
B.S., Mathematics, Applied Mathematical Economics, and Statistics Minor, summa cum laude with distinction, 2000, State University of New York at Oswego.