• Lynda Dexheimer
  • Lynda Dexheimer
  • Executive Director of the Writing Program & Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Associate Teaching Professor
  • At Rutgers Since: 2006
  • Phone Number: (848) 932-8029
  • Office: Murray Hall, Room 108B College Avenue Campus
  • Office Hours: By arrangement.
  • Education:

    Ed.D., Education, Culture and Society, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University

    • "“The Black Student Protest Movement at Rutgers: A Case of Compromise and Qualified Success”

    MSc in Government, London School of Economics and Political Science

    • Area of specialization: Politics of Development in Latin America

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

    • Henry Rutgers Scholar, summa cum laude
  • Courses Taught:

    Rutgers University

    • English 355: 012: Teaching Seminar
    • English 355: 301: College Research and Writing: "Questioning College"
    • 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
    • Graduate School of Education 255:617  Social Contexts: History of American Educational Reform
    • Graduate School of Education (Instructional Assistant) 255:602 Inquiry II

    Rutgers Future Scholars Summer Institute 

    Educational Opportunity Fund Summer Institute

    Office for Diversity and Academic Success in the Sciences Saturday Scholars: Basic Composition and Expository Writing

    London School of Economics and Political Science

    • Government GV223: Democracy and Democratisation
    • Government GV242: Government, Politics and Public Policy in Latin America
  • Awards:
    • Dr. Arleen H. Urban Award for Excellence in Dissertation, May, 2022
    • 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
  • Membership Affiliations:
    • History of Education Society
    • Oral History Association
    • American Educational Research Association
    • National Council of Teachers of English
    • Council of Writing Program Administrators