B.A., Magna Cum Laude, St. Mary's
University, San Antonio, TX
M.A., University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
M.Ed., University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
Ed.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
MA. Principal Fields: Higher Education and Policy Studies; Comparative
Sociology of Education
Ph.D., American University, Washington, DC.
Principal Fields: Administration and Management; Program Development and
Senior Scholar in Residence and
Administrator of the Teacher-Text-Technology Initiative (Fulbright funded) of
the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department
of State (1983-86)
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and
Professor of Administration and Higher Education, College of Education,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA (1986-1992) Executive Director and Professor,
Strategic Planning, Hampton University (1992-1994)
Dean of International Education and Policy
Studies, Hampton University (1993-1995)
Dean of the University Office of
International Programs and Professor, Penn State University (1996-2002)
Senior Fulbright Specialist, Zimbabwe (2003)
and South Korea (2002)
Executive Fellow at the Institute for
Multi-Track Diplomacy (2002-2003)
Academic Fellow of the Foundation for
Distinguished Senior Fulbright Specialist,
Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique (2007)
Professor of Education, Higher Education and
Comparative & International Education, Penn State University (1996 to
Senior Scientist, Center for the Study of
Higher Education, Penn State University (2003-present)
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
National Global Diversity Committee,
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education-AACTE (2007-2010)
National Advisory Committee, National
Security Education Program-NSEP (2006-2009)
Elected Member, Council on Foreign Relations
National Advisory Board for the Southern
Center for Studies in Public Policy, Atlanta, GA (1990-2003)
Chair of Strategic Planning Committee for
International Affairs, National Association of State Universities and Land
Grant Colleges, Washington, DC. (1998-2001).
National Advisory and Review Panel for the
CIES (Council for the International Exchange of Scholars) for Fulbright Grants
Vice President, Comparative &
International Education Society (1987)
President, Comparative & International
Education Society (1988)
Board of Directors, Comparative and
International Education Society (1983-86)
Lindsay, B. (1980 and 1983). Comparative Perspectives of
Third World Women: The Impact of Race, Sex, and Class. New York: Praeger.
Lindsay, B. (1985). African Migration and
National Development?. University Park: Penn State Press.
Lindsay, B. (1988). Public and Higher
Education Policies Influencing African- American Women. Higher Education, 17(5),
Lindsay, B. (1989). Cross Cultural
Perspectives on Women in Higher Education. A
Scholarly Journal of Black Women, 6(1), 92-96.
Lindsay, B. (1989). Redefining the
Educational and Cultural Milieu of Tanzanian Teachers: A Case Study in
Development or Dependency? Comparative
Education, 25(1), 87-96.
Lindsay, B. (1994). African American Women
and Brown: A Lingering Twilight or Emerging Dawn? The Journal of Negro Education,
Lindsay, B. & Ginsburg, M. (Eds.) (1995). The Political Dimension in Teacher Education.
London and New York: Falmer Press.
Lindsay, B. (1997). Toward Conceptual,
Policy, and Programmatic Frameworks of Affirmative Action in South Africa. The Journal of Negro Education,
Lindsay, B. (1999). Women Chief Executives
and Their Approaches Towards Equity in American Universities. Comparative Education, 35(2),
Lindsay, B. & Justiz, M. J. (2001). The Quest for Equity in Higher
Education. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.
Lindsay, B. (2003). The Internet: Creating
Equity through Continuous Education or Perpetuating a Digital Divide? Comparative Education Review,
Lindsay, B. (2004). The 2003 Charles H.
Thompson Lecture-Colloquium Presentation: Ralph Bunche: University and
Diplomatic Legacies Fostering Innovative Paradigms. The Journal of Negro Education,
Lindsay, B. (2004). Transforming African and
African American Sociopolitical and Educational Realities. African Studies Quarterly,
Baber, L. & Lindsay, B. (2006).
Analytical Reflections on Access in English Higher Education: Transnational
Lessons Across the Pond.Research in Comparative and International Education, 1(2), 146-156. Oxford University.
Lindsay, B. (2008). Ralph Johnson Bunche: Public
Intellectual and Nobel Peace Laureate. Urbana,
IL: University of Illinois Press.
Contributed By: Jessica Cruz, Alcira Jaar, Theresa Williams, Penn State University