March 4, 2016, 2:00 – 3:15 pm, SNAAP Workshop 1: All About SNAAP (Concurrent Session)
March 5, 2016: 10:30 – 11:45 am, SNAAP Workshop 1: All About SNAAP (Concurrent Session)
Angie Miller is currently an Assistant Research Scientist at the Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research. She does the majority of her work with the National Survey of Student Engagement and the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project. Since joining the team at IU, she has published on a variety of topics within these data sets, including survey methodology issues, creative cognition, and factors contributing to creativity in arts education. She received her Educational Psychology Ph.D. from Ball State in 2009, with cognates in Research Methods & Statistics and Gifted Education. She also has an M.A. (2006) in Cognitive and Social Psychology from Ball State, and a B.A. in Psychology (2004) from Hanover College. Her research interests involve scale development and evaluation of psychometric properties, factors impacting engagement and achievement among Honors College students, creativity as a higher-order cognitive process, and the utilization of creativity in educational settings.