Megan Gorder works as a departmental research administrator at the NRRI. Her role is to assist researchers develop their grant proposals that are submitted to State, Federal, Industry, and other agencies. Working in both pre- and post-awards, she works on the entire life cycle of the grant, starting from proposal and budget development to the project close-out.
Megan has been part of NRRI since 2014. Prior to joining NRRI as a departmental research administrator, she worked in the the wildlife research lab at the NRRI for nearly five years.
B.S., Biology, University of Minnesota Duluth
Minor in Natural History, University of Minnesota Duluth
Certificate in Phlebotomy, Lake Superior College