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Lindsay Coco

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PhD, 2015

Lindsay Coco is the University Innovation Alliance Fellow & Special Assistant to the SAVPAA at the University of Utah.

She previously served as Assistant Director for Initiatives in the Division of Academic Enhancement at UGA where she worked with first-year students, first generation and scholar programs. She had also worked in faculty development at the Center for Teaching and Learning. 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, 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.

Lindsay earned her bachelor degree in international studies and economics and her master's degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University.

News Featuring Lindsay Coco

by Jewel Caruso

Lindsay Coco (PhD 2015) has been named the inaugural University Alliance Fellow for the University of Utah.

Three IHE graduates collaborated for a chapter in Wiley Handbook of Gender Equity in Higher Education (2020). 

Paul G. Rubin, Erin B. Ciarimboli, and Lindsay B. Coco wrote, "Governing Boards and Their Relationship to …

Lindsay Coco (PhD 2015) has been named by the University of Georgia in its inaugural group of Unsung Heroes. This recognition highlights the contributions of "outstanding staff members who have played an essential role in keeping UGA running smoothly during the…

Sixteen students in graduate programs with the Institute of Higher Education received their degrees at UGA Commencement ceremonies held on Dec. 18.

Graduating from the M.Ed. program in Higher Education Administration were Kristen Drapela and Nikki Hon.…

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