Senior Associate Director of Athletics Jane C. Meyer
Jane C. Meyer. Ph.D. is the Senior Associate Director of Athletics at The University of Iowa and has served in this capacity since March 2001. In her current role she serves as the Senior Woman Administrator, sport administrator and oversees all intercollegiate athletics facilities projects and operations. She was the primary contact for the $88 million renovation of Kinnick Stadium (2004-2006) and has been involved with over $115 million of athletics construction projects to date. In addition, intercollegiate athletics projects currently in progress include the design and construction of a $6 million boathouse and $69 million Campus Recreation and Wellness Center, as well as the renovation of Carver Hawkeye Arena. Meyer is also a member of the prestigious NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee.
Prior to her arrival at The University of Iowa, Meyer served as the Director of Education Outreach with the NCAA from June 1999 to March 2001. In her role with the NCAA, Meyer directed the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, alcohol education programs, the NCAA drug testing program, Title IX/gender equity education, women's issues and the injury surveillance program. Prior to the NCAA, Meyer was the associate director of athletics and assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Her duties included oversight of a 19-sport nationally recognized NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics program and served as director of the graduate sports administration program.
Meyer received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology (minor in chemistry) (1982) from Mount Mercy College and her master of science (1988) and doctorate of philosophy (1992) in athletics administration from The University of Iowa.