Lindsay Coco joined the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Georgia as the Coordinator of Faculty Services and Programs in 2015. In this role, she supports instructional professional development for faculty, researches teaching and learning, coordinates faculty recognition programs, and serves as managing editor for the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. As a student at IHE, she worked at the UGA Honors college and later as a research assistant for IHE faculty member Sheila Slaughter and alumni Barrett Taylor’s NSF grant. Prior to joining the UGA community, Lindsay worked for the Qatar Foundation in Doha, Qatar for numerous years.
Lindsay’s research interests include internationalization topics such as, international student recruitment and mobility, interlocks between transnational corporations and higher education institutions, and international branch campuses, as well as institutional resource stratification and gender issues in higher education. Her research collaborations have resulted in an article in press at Journal of Higher Education and a co-authored book chapter in Higher Education, Stratification, and Workforce Development: Competitive Advantage in Europe, the US, and Canada.
In 2013, Lindsay was awarded the Marjorie Peace Lenn Research Award by the American International Recruitment Council for her dissertation research focusing on the use of private third party agents in international student recruitment.
Lindsay earned her bachelor degree in international studies and economics and her master's degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University.