Megan Kaul is a doctoral student in the School Psychology program area in the Department of Educational Psychology. She graduated with her BA in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a lab manager researching children’s learning, cognition, and development with the intent to extend research findings to educational settings. Her current research interests broadly include family engagement practices in schools, prevention and early intervention, and school mental health. Specifically, she is passionate about researching ways parents and teachers can utilize evidence-based practices to best support students with behavior challenges.