Stefanie Meyer, PhD, CSCS

Director of Accreditation and Assistant Professor of Practice
640U Aldevron Tower

Available on:

 Challey Research Video


Challey Institute Faculty Fellow
Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation & Growth
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

Doctor of Philosophy, Exercise Science and Nutrition, 2018
North Dakota State University 

Master of Science, Kinesiology, 2007
University of North Dakota 

Bachelor of Science, Physical Education and Exercise Science, 2006
University of North Dakota 


National Strength and Conditioning Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Areas of Expertise and Research Interests

Physical activity
Lifestyle approaches to chronic disease prevention
Cancer prevention, care, and survivorship
Factors of college student success/college well-being 
Rural health 
Community Development  

Professional Memberships and Affiliations

National Strength and Conditioning Association Accreditation Review Committee 
North Dakota Public Health Association – Health, Policy, and Administration section
North Dakota Cancer Coalition
Physical Activity Policy Research and Evaluation Network (PAPREN)
Central Cass School Board  


PH 101 Introduction to Public Health
PH 794 Applied Practice Experience
PH 452/652 Lifestyle Approaches to Prevention, Treatment, and Reversal of Disease


Meyer, S.M. Kids and the Coronavirus: Unintended Consequences Two Years Later. MerionWest, Published March 12, 2022.

Meyer, S.M, & Webster, C.A. Local Decision-Makers and Keeping Kids Active During the Pandemic. MerionWest, March 17, 2021.

Meyer, S.M., Landry, M.J., Gustat, J., Lemon, S.C., & Webster, C.A. (January 7, 2021) Physical distancing ≠ physical inactivity. Translational Behavioral Medicine, ibaa134,

Meyer, S.& Larson, M. (winter, 2018) Physical activity, stress, and academic performance in college: Does exposure to stress reduction information make a difference? College Student Journal, 52 (4), 452-457.

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