Shana Meyer, assistant vice president for student affairs at Fort Hays State University, recently wrote an article, "Leadership as Defined by Student Affairs Professionals," that is featured in the January 2011 edition of "The Interchange," a newsletter published by the American College Personnel Association Commission for Student Involvement.
Meyer also was asked to be a featured speaker at the National Association of Campus Activities Central Regional Conference in October, where she presented two sessions: "Put me in Coach: Becoming an MVP in a Field Full of Players" and "Attempt Percentage, Win/Loss, and Game Analyses: Assessment as Game Statistics."
Prior to attending the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Region IV-West Conference in Omaha, Neb. in November, Meyer also co-chaired the Mid-Level Institute. As a part of the institute, Meyer presented "So Now You're the Boss … Effective Supervision," a session on the various supervisory styles and how to become a more effective supervisor.
Meyer was also selected as a reviewer for the Association of College and University Housing Officers International, an organization to develop exceptional residential experiences at colleges, universities and other post-secondary institutions around the world. Members include thousands of housing professionals from more than 900 colleges and universities in 22 different countries, who serve approximately 1.8 million students worldwide, and more than 200 corporate members.