Steven Meier, Ph.D.
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Campus Locations: Moscow
Department of Psychology and Communications Studies
With UI Since 1987
Ph.D. Psychology, Washington State University. 1991
Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention
Human Subject’s Protection
Steven Meier is currently the director of the University of Idaho Addictions Training Program. His academic training and expertise is in applied psychology with a specialization in addictive and high-risk behavior. He also has considerable experience in neuroscience with an emphasis in psychopharmacology.
Steven Meier has worked with several addictions treatment agencies (using different theoretical perspectives) and with the Idaho Department of Health teaching courses related to sexually transmitted diseases. He also teaches courses related to behavioral change to professionals working with high-risk populations. His technical expertise includes considerable experience in program evaluation as well as survey design and implementation. More recently, he has begun working with fraternal organizations to increase community coalitions to reduce substance abuse in rural/frontier communities.
- Community Coalition Development Specialist
- Idaho Drug Awareness Chair, Benevolent and Protective Order of
- Project 7th Grade Presenter
- Adult Leader Trainer Boy Scouts of America
- Who’s Who in Teaching: 2003 – Present
- Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals: 2004 - Present