Meet the Staff
Dr. Tara L. Miller
Craig Morton began working at Texas Tech as a graduate student in 2005 while working on his doctorate in Higher Education. As Associate Director, Craig oversees planning and assessment by departments and the division ensuring that institutional expectations are met and information is used effectively to make ongoing improvements. Additionally, Craig facilitates the divisional Assessment Advisory Group (AAG), Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS) departmental assessment, acts as the departmental representative for the Tech Assessment Network (TAN), and act as the divisional expert on matters of accreditation/ reaffirmation.
Craig Morton is a Lubbock native and received his first degree from Texas Tech in 1997 from Human Sciences. He received his Masters in Counselor Education in 2002. Craig will receive his Ph.D. in Higher Education in August of 2010.
Megan L. Peiser earned her Bachelors and Masters degree in English Literature from Texas Tech University. Previously she has taught English and Percussion at Secondary and Collegiate levels in Lubbock, TX. She invested in Digital Humanities at Texas Tech through research on the Romantic Women Writers Project, archiving the Rare Book's Artists Book collection, and editing on the Digital Dickens Project and her participation in Bibliographic studies as co-founding chair of the Book History Special Interest Group continues to encourage a burdening field of research in Literary studies for Texas Tech Graduate students. In 2009 she created interdisciplinary certificate and internship programs for students in Business and Engineering at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University.
Administrative Business Assistant, Vacant
I'm Danielle Dutcher and I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. I'm a junior at Texas Tech University majoring in Nutritional Sciences. I am a part of the Student Government Association serving as a senator and college coordinator for the College of Human Sciences. I am also actively a member of the Tri Delta sorority, Phi Upsilon Omicron Honor Society, and Student Dietetic Association. Two of my biggest passions are food and helping people; therefore, when I graduate I plan pursuing a career as a Dietitian. I couldn't have chosen better than Texas Tech University! Wreck em'!