Lindsey Katherine, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor

Research Interests 

Higher Education Leadership, Generational Differences, Career Services and Student Affairs Best Practices, Institutional Research

 

Current Teaching
Theory and Practice of Student Affairs (CPS 639)
Student Development Theory (CPS 743)
College Student Personnel Practicum (CPS 654)

Counseling Theory and Practice (CPS 612)
American College Student (CPS 615)

 

Selected Publications
Hu, S., Katherine, L & Kuh, G. (In Progress). The evolution of student typology in higher education. In New Directions for Institutional Research.

 

Sousa-Peoples, K. and Katherine, L. Parents as Partners; Their Children, Our Students. In Keppler, K., Mullendore, R.H., & Carey, A. (2005) Partnering with the Parents of  Today's College Students.

 

Selected Presentations

Katherine, L., & Scott, L. (March 2012). Promising Practice - Classroom to Practice: Creating a Meaningful Graduate Student Experience.  ACPA Annual Convention, Louisville, KY.

 

Katherine, L. (March 2012). Leadership Competency Preferences of Student Affairs Administrators: Does Generation Matter? ACPA Annual Convention, Louisville, KY.

 

Katherine, L. (March 2012) Differences in Preferred Leadership Competencies Among Student Affairs Divisions (Poster Presentation). ACPA Annual Convention, Louisville, KY.

 

Katherine, L., & Schwartz, R. (Nov 2011). Generational Differences in Student Affairs Professionals. ASHE Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC.

 

Katherine, L & Friedman, N. (February 2010). Helping College Students Make Cent$ of their Values. Institute on College Student Values, Tallahassee, FL.

 

Katherine, L. (Spring 2009). Jumpstart Your Career.  (In conjunction with FSU Alumni Association’s Rhodes on the Road) in Tampa, FL and Atlanta, GA

 

Gomez, J., Perry, C., & Katherine, L.(March 2007) Instant Access: Using Technology to Reach Students, ACPA/NASPA Joint Conference, Orlando, FL.

 

Professional Affiliations
American College Personnel Association (ACPA)
American Education Research Association (AERA)
Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
Florida Career Professionals Association (FCPA) – Past President