Lindsey Hallman is the inaugural University Innovation Alliance Fellow at the University at Buffalo. Most recently, Hallman served in the Undergraduate Education Dean’s Office as the director of academic initiatives, working on projects and partnerships that enhance the academic experience and support student success, such as enhancing high-enrollment gateway courses (e.g., calculus), summer bridge offerings for URM and first-generation college students, and the academic standards review process. Prior to this role, Hallman was the senior assistant director of UB Curriculum, where she focused on implementing and assessing UB’s innovative general education program.
Lindsey is a proud UB alum, earning a bachelor’s degree in Communication and a master’s degree in higher education with a concentration in student affairs at UB. She is also pursuing her PhD in curriculum, instruction, and the science of learning through UB’s graduate school of education.
Join us in the Lab for our spring Process Mapping cohort experience starting April 5th!