Elaine Lindsey

A  photo Elaine Lindsey, Emeritus Professor of Education
Emeritus Professor of Education

Dr. Lindsey feels that God has given her the gift of teaching. She has a passion to help other Christian teachers to learn how to truly integrate God’s principles into their academic subjects. One of her greatest delights is to hear of a former student applying her taught practices to their instruction.
 

Education 

B.S., Houghton College; Ed.M., Temple University; Ed.D., University of South Carolina

Biography 

Dr. Lindsey’s background and on-going experience in curricular issues, instructional supervision, and curriculum evaluation and development make her a valuable asset. She and her husband Dick have retired to western North Carolina where they are involved in their church and other ministry opportunities. She also continues to teach in both the M.Ed. and Ph.D. programs through online courses.

Experience 

Science Teacher, Boonville Central School, 1959-1962; Research Geochemist, Columbia University Lamont Labs, 1962-1966; Teacher, Asheville Christian Academy,1976-1981; Teacher, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Ben Lippen School, 1981- 2006; Southeast Region Commissioner, Chairperson for Accreditation Teams Southeast Region, ACSI, 1995-2017; Chairperson for Accreditation Teams, NC, SC, GA, SACS, 2000-2012 ; Adjunct Professor for FLET, Laurel University, Indiana Wesleyan University, 2008-2017; Adjunct Faculty, Resident Faculty, Professor Emeritus, Columbia International University, 1995-present.