Megan Langille is the Academic Advisor for all 500+ students involved in the Multidisciplinary Design Program. In her role, Megan supports current and potential MDP students on curriculum planning and course selection through their involvement on 75 separate project teams. Megan works closely with advisors across campus on student enrollment requirements, as MDP students represent 11 schools and colleges across the University. She also administers the Minor in Multidisciplinary Design and co-facilitates ENGR 456: the MDP Mentorship/Leadership course. Megan is a Certified Practitioner in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and is available to provide team development and training to MDP teams and interested student organizations.
Before joining MDP, Megan spent four years as a Residence Hall Director and Adelia Cheever Theme Program manager with University Housing at the University of Michigan, which included a provided on-campus apartment in a residence hall. Megan is the MDP “student affairs expert” and is focused on developing students holistically throughout their professional design experiences. Megan earned her BA in Communication from Hope College and an MA in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University.
Schedule an advising appointment with Megan here.