Meade, Instructor Information
Ed.D. Higher Education and Leadership College Teaching.
University of Arkansas, May, 2007.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. December, 1994.
Teaching Experience: Courses Developed
2010 Game Day Professor
2007 Nominated for the
Student Alumni Board and Associated Student Government
2008 Nominated for
the Student Alumni Board and Associated Student Government
2003 Halls of Excellence Teaching Award. Northwest Arkansas Community College, 2003.
From the inscription on
the back of the award:
Meade, L. T. (2007, November) Orbiting Planet Taylor: A Mothers Experience Parenting a Child with Attention Deficit Disorder. Presented to the National Communication Association, San Antonio, Texas. (Top Paper)
Meade, L.T.. (Ed.) (2004). Fundamentals of Communication Custom Textbook. McGraw Hill: Boston.
"If I Could Go
Back in Time, I Would Tell Myself: Classroom Management and Student
"Communicating Confidence and Leadership." Bumpers Student Ambassador's Retreat. September 2011.
"Teaching Ethics in Communication." Mt. Magazine, ACTAA Conference. September 2011.
University of Arkansas Faculty Retreat. Summer 2011.
"Classroom Management" Presentation to Teaching Assistants in Communication. Fall 2010, 2011.
Volunteers Matter.” Faith in Action Volunteer Appreciation.
Matters.” Scouting University. University of Arkansas.
“Choose to Climb.” Greek Leadership Summit. University of Arkansas. January, 2009.
“Making Professional Presentations.” Presentation to George Washington Carver Research Program and Summer REU’s. June 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.
“They Rock”. Elementary School. November 2008.
a Board Member” Washington
Regional Medical Center Faith in Action.
“Take A.I.M.: Presentation Skills for Professionals.” Presentation to Student Services Personnel. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. November, 2006.
“Surviving Graduate School.” Presentations for Higher Education and Leadership Students in introductory seminar. 2007.
“Understanding Your Mate- Gender Differences and You.” After dinner speech. Fayetteville. Arkansas, Feb, 2005.
"Study Skills. "Presentation to the residents of Holcomb Hall. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 2005.
“Conference Presentation Skills.” Presentation to graduate students of Geology. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 2005.
“Keeping our Students” Presentation to the Walley Cordes Teaching Center. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. March 2004
“Caring for Our Students While Working for Tenure: Retention at the University of Arkansas” Presentation to the Walley Cordes Teaching Center. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. March 2004.
Walton Distinguished Fellow at the University of Arkansas. Retention Studies
"Keeping Our Students" Not-so-new faculty presentation. University of Arkansas
Collaboration is Key. Research project in the public schools looking at parent-teacher conferences
Network study: Mortgage Company, Detroit Michigan
· Basic Course Director, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
· Walton Distinguished Fellow, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
· Instructor of Communication, Northwest Arkansas Community College. Bentonville, AR
· Director/Coordinator, Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers. Fayetteville, AR
· Vice President of Marketing, Stotts and Associates, Springdale, AR
· Manufacturer's Representative, Pioneer Electronics, Baumholder Germany
· Sales Manager, Patton TV and Stereo, Kentucky
· Sales Manager, Campbell TV and Stereo, Kentucky
In The News
Lynn Meade Bio
Dr. Lynn Meade is an instructor of Communication at the University of Arkansas. She has a doctoral degree in Higher Education Leadership and College teaching and a Master’s degree in Communication. She has taught communication skills for over 11 years teaching subjects such as Public Speaking, Persuasion, Small Group Communication, and Nonverbal Communication.
Her professional writing includes a Communication textbook, a book chapter on Students with Disabilities, an article on assessment practices, and a recent paper on parenting a child with ADD.
In addition to her academic work, she has been a spokesperson for a nonprofit organization, a professional sales representative, and a marketing director.
For Dr. Meade, teaching is more than a profession, it is a passion. When she’s not teaching, she pursues her other passions -- playing in the flower garden, searching for the perfect rock, and sharing the simple joys with her husband and two sons.
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