Lindsey Dippold

Clinical Assistant Professor
Faculty
WEST Campus
Mailcode
3151

Biography

Dr. Lindsey Dippold is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Higher and Postsecondary Education in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.  Courses taught include HED510 - Introduction to Higher Education, HED 689 Leadership Theory, and HED 691 Student Development in College.  In addition to these courses, she supervises all current students in their practicum experience, a 120-hour internship in the field (HED580). In 2018, Dr. Dippold worked closely with the ASU study abroad office to create the first annual Higher Education Global Intensive Engagement Experience, a two-week study abroad opportunity for students to engage internationally.  The first trip to London included opportunities to learn from colleagues as well as current ASU Rhodes Scholars at Oxford, visits to Kings College, and lectures on Brexit, Universities UK, Student Central, and others to provide an interactive comparative international higher education course.    

Dr. Dippold became passionate about success in higher education while still an undergraduate student studying psychology at James Madison University. Her master's degree in counseling and college student development provided a solid framework for early positions in orientation and career services at University of North Carolina-Greensboro. She served as a career services counselor and administrator as well as a career development course instructor for seven years at Florida State University where she completed her doctorate in the higher education and leadership studies program. In 2011 - 2012, she served as visiting assistant professor of higher education at the University of Southern Mississippi. 

Since relocating to Arizona in 2012, and prior to joining ASU full time, Dr. Dippold served as an AmeriCorps college counselor, a dissertation chair for Northcentral University, adjunct faculty at GateWay Community College, and adjunct faculty developer for the Maricopa Community College District. Her research interests and work include topics of generational differences, adjunct faculty concerns, community colleges, international higher education, and leadership theory.

Education

  • Ph.D. Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (Higher Education), Florida State University 2010
  • M.S. Counseling and Educational Development (Student Development in Higher Education), University of North Carolina-Greensboro 2005 
  • Nationally Certified Counselor, 2005 (recertified through 2016)
  • B.S. Psychology, James Madison University 2003

Publications

Ott, M. and Dippold, L. (2018). Part-time faculty involvement in decision-making. Community College Journal of Research & Practice, 42(6), 452-455.

Ott, M. and Dippold, L. (2018). Adjunct employment preference: Who wants to be full-time faculty? Community College Journal of Research & Practice, 42(3), 190-203.

Dippold, L. K. (2017). Teaching and Learning: Strategies for a Multigenerational Classroom. The Cross Papers, Number 20. Chandler, AZ: League for Innovation in the Community College

Dippold, L.K. (July 2106). The Adjunct Faculty Academy. Learning Abstracts, The League for Innovation in the Community College, 19(7).

Cherland, S., Dippold, L.K., & Crook, H. (Spring 2016). Chapter in Adjunct Faculty Voices: Cultivating Professional Development and Community at the Front Lines of Higher Education. Stylus Publishing.

Dippold, L.K. (2014). Network and Connect. In Strategies for Careers in Student Affairs (Ardoin, M. S.) Stylus Publishing.

Ardoin, M.S. & Dippold, L.K. (March 2013). Women as students: Two personal PhD reflections & suggested practical strategies. Developments, an ACPA professional development publication.

Hu, S., Katherine, L & Kuh, G. (Dec 2011). The evolution of student typology in higher education. In S. Hu & S. Li (Eds.) Using Typological Approaches to Understand College Student Experiences and Outcomes: New Directions for Institutional Research (pp. 5–16). Jossey-Bass.

Courses

Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 580Practicum
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 580Practicum
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 580Practicum
HED 598Special Topics
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 580Practicum
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 580Practicum
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 580Practicum
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
HED 691Seminar
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 580Practicum
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
HED 691Seminar
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 580Practicum
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 679The American College Student
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
HED 691Seminar
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
HED 510Intro to Higher Education
HED 689Leadership in Higher Education