• #ACPA15 Jason Meriwether- Changing Student Lives 140 Characters at a Time

    Twitter is Jason's favorite social media tool because of the unique challenge to deliver succinct messages within the confined space of 140 characters. In relation, one of the most challenging tasks for most student affairs professionals is remembering why we do what we do when the times get rough or the challenges are mounting. This PK offers the audience 20 cartoon-fueled "tweetable" concepts on student engagement that any professional can relate to, enjoy, or use for humor and encouragement when the situation gets tough. About the Speaker Jason L. Meriwether is the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, Indiana. Jason believes that success in student affairs and enrollment management lies in the ability to adapt to new trends in technology and digital presence, while staying committed to advocacy for learning. In 2014, Jason was selected to Louisville Business First’s Top Forty under 40 and as one of Business First’s 20 People to Know in Education and Workforce Development. Jason has served as a guest lecturer for graduate courses at Vanderbilt University, Louisiana State University, The Pennsylvania State University, The University of Louisville, Tennessee State University, and Eastern Illinois University. Jason has presented at numerous national and regional conferences on topics such as legal issues & liability, retention & persistence, LGBT connectedness, education & economics, assessment, strategic planning, professionalism & career trajectory, social media, and hazing. Jason’s national presentations on legal issues related to hazing have been the subject of cover stories in the Student Affairs Today Newsletter and in College Athletics and the Law. Jason is also a Higher Education & Social Media contributor for Socialnomics.net and has been a guest blogger for the NASPA Technology Knowledge Community Blog and for the Student Affairs

  • Share

blog comments powered by Disqus