Dr. Lindsay Masland came to App State in 2011 after completing a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Statistics from the University of Georgia. Lindsay also earned BA and MA degrees in Experimental Psychology at Wake Forest University. While at App State, she has contributed to the undergraduate Psychology major and the graduate School Psychology MA/SSP degree program, where she has taught courses in statistics, educational psychology, and pedagogy.
Dr. Masland is currently serving the university as the Director of Transformative Teaching and Learning in the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning for Student Success (CETLSS). Also, she accepts undergraduate and graduate students from all majors/disciplines into her research lab, the Teaching and Student Success Lab (TASSL), each semester. For additional information about her current faculty development programs, research projects, and areas of expertise, please see her CETLSS profile.
Title: Professor, Director of Transformative Teaching and Learning
Department: Department of Psychology
Email address: Email me
Phone: (828) 262-7596