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Stony Brook University, College of Business

  • Social Media Marketing, undergrad (three terms; faculty)

University of Chicago, Booth School of Business

  • Designing a Good Life, MBA & EMBA (seven terms; teaching assistant)


Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management

  • Marketing Research and Analytics, MBA (one term; teaching assistant)

  • Launching New Products and Services, MBA (two terms; teaching assistant)


University of Michigan

  • Rackham Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, departmental nominee

  • Research Methods in Developmental Psychology, undergrad (one term; instructor of record)

  • Research Methods in Developmental Psychology, undergrad (four terms; graduate student instructor)

  • Introduction to Developmental Psychology, undergrad (one term; graduate student instructor)


While at the University of Michigan, I completed additional instructor training:

  • Certificate: Graduate Teacher Certificate 

  • Center for Research on Learning and Teaching Seminars: CRLT Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Teaching Orientation; Advanced Practices for Inclusive Teaching; Facilitating Discussions in the Social Sciences and Humanities; Tools First: How Can Emerging Digital Scholarship Tools Inspire Your Teaching?; Developing Your Teaching Philosophy, Writing and Grading Exams; Research-Based Practices for College Teaching; Engaging Students in Large Courses

Equity-Minded Pedagogy

  • Echelbarger, Margaret (2022), “Perhaps Money can Buy (Some) Happiness: Understanding the (Hidden) Costs of Pursuing a PhD,” Psychonomic Society #WeNeedEDI digital event. [blog post]

  • Camacho, Tissyana, C., and Margaret Echelbarger (2022), "Decentering Whiteness: Rethinking the Instruction of Undergraduate Research Methods within Developmental Science," Infant and Child Development31, 32272. [pre-print]

  • Camacho, Tissyana, C., and Margaret Echelbarger (2021, June), "Knowledge is a Form of Power," in C. Hinojosa & E. Nesterak, "Special Collection: Examining the Intersection of Behavioral Science and Advocacy," Behavioral Scientist[article]

  • Echelbarger, Margaret, and Tissyana C. Camacho (2021), "Decentering Whiteness within Research Methods Courses," Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science Hackathon. [OSF page]

Research Mentorship

I have mentored over 60 undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and master's students at the University of Michigan, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and now Stony Brook University. Three of these students have completed theses (1 undergraduate, 2 master's) and many more have completed independent studies for credit.

University of Chicago (master's thesis students)

  • Yin Li (2020-2021; PhD student in management at Yale University School of Management)

  • Yanyi Leng (2019-2020; PhD student in marketing at Washington University in St. Louis Olin Business School)

University of Michigan (undergraduate thesis student)

  • Zaina Khoury (2018-2019; Lorraine Nadelman Honors Thesis Award in Developmental Psychology; medical student at Wayne State University School of Medicine)

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