About Dr. Lindsay:
Beverly Lindsay, Penn State Professor and Senior Scientist of Higher Education and International Policy Studies, is an Invited Visiting Professor at an Institute of Education (University of London) (2010-12), Inaugural University Fellow and former Professor at Dillard University (2010-12) and Visiting Professor at University of West Indies-Mona, Jamaica (2008-09).
She was named a 2006-07 Academic Fellow by the Foundation for Democracies (FDD). Her Fellowship included being in Israel in summer 2006. The 2006-07 Academic Fellows program based at Tel Aviv University includes professors from colleges and universities across the United States such as Berkeley, University of California at San Diego, Rutgers, and Florida State. FDD Academic Fellows create new courses and curriculum on terrorism and incorporated their learning and research into existing seminars. Fellows continue scholarly endeavors throughout the 2006-07 year to include conference presentations, research articles, and media communication as part of their university public engagement. Lindsay made presentations to the Education, Sociology, and Higher Education Unit at Tel Aviv University during the University's 50th anniversary observations. She conducted discussions and planning with the Institute for Diplomacy and Regional Cooperation.
Dr. Lindsay held a Distinguished Fulbright Fellowship at Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique. As a Senior Fulbright Specialist at the Institute for Peace, Leadership, and Governance and at Africa University in Zimbabwe, Dr. Lindsay engaged in peace and conflict resolutions with executives and civic leaders, initiated executive and faculty development, fostered strategic planning, and delivered media presentations. She was an Executive Fellow at the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy and served as an interim CEO when the chairman was on special missions. As the first American recipient of a new Senior Fulbright Specialist Grant to Korea in 2002, she facilitated and structured executive and faculty development design at Woosong, Seoul National, and Hong-Ik Universities. Other Fulbright endeavors included: presenting key addresses, enhancing strategic planning processes, fostering academic program evaluation in liberal arts and professional schools, and briefing the American embassy on endeavors in other settings. Formerly, Dr. Lindsay was Dean of the University Office of International Programs at Penn State and Dean of International Education and Policy Studies at Hampton University. Earlier, she was an Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Administration and Higher Education at the University of Georgia after being a senior administrator in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, also as part of the Secretary of Education's National Commission on Excellence in Education. She was the senior professional spearheading the international component of the seminar work, A Nation at Risk.
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