Every now and then, an employee exceeds expectations in just about every way. That’s what one person wrote of GIT student Megan Meyer in nominating her for the 2015 PSU Student Employee of the Year Award.
Meyer, a senior from Spring Hill, Kan., was named PSU’s Student Employee of the Year for the contributions she made as a student employee in Technology and Workforce Learning. She also was named the Student Employee of the Year for the State of Kansas in 2015.
“I was very honored to receive both the campus award and state award,” Meyer said. “There are many students who deserve the award just as much as I did, and it’s great to be recognized right alongside all of them.”
Meyer’s supervisors said she played an important role in the planning for the Great Gorilla Games STEM Expo for 450 area high school students and in planning the International STEM Education Association conference in Branson, Mo.
She used her skills as a graphic communications major to develop a website, printed materials and signage.