Lynda Dexheimer
Associate Director
(848) 445-5658

Lucy Stone Hall, B Wing, Room 104E

Livingston Campus

By arrangement.


The Black Student Protest Movements


Social Movement Theory


Critical Race Theory


Access and Persistence in Higher Education


Educational Equity


History of Education

Curriculum Coordinator, Summer Institute, Rutgers Future Scholars

Editor "Dialogues@RU"

Chair, Undergraduate Research Writing Conference

Member, Access Med Committee, Office for Diversity and Academic Success in the Sciences

Lecturer, Rutgers Global/Rutgers China Office, CSC Scholars Program

Facilitator, Writing Program Institute

Rutgers University

English 355: 012: Teaching Seminar

English 355: 201: Research in the Disciplines: Issues in Education

English 355: 201: Research in the Disciplines: Nutrition and Exercise Science

English 355: 101: Expository Writing

English 355: 100: Basic Composition

English 355: 098: Composition Skills

English as a Second Language 356:155 English as Academic Discourse I

English as a Second Language 356:152 Discussion and Presentation Skills


London School of Economics and Political Science

Government GV223: Democracy and Democratisation

Government GV242: Government, Politics and Public Policy in Latin America

The Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, Rutgers University, May 2018

Outstanding Contributions to the Rutgers Writing Program, Rutgers University, 2012

Covering Race and Ethnicity Fellowship, Knight Center for Specialized Journalism, 1993

History of Education Society

Oral History Association

American Educational Research Association

ABD in Education, Culture and Society, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University

Expected date of completion: May 2020

MSc in Government, London School of Economics and Political Science

Area of specialization: Politics of Development in Latin America

Distinction for dissertation.

BA in Political Science, Minor in Comparative Literature, Rutgers University

Henry Rutgers Scholar, summa cum laude