Lindsey received her PhD from The Pennsylvania State University in 2022 in Spanish and Language Science. Her dissertation research focused on L2 Spanish vocabulary learning and morphology. Her broader research interests sit at the intersection of second language psycholinguistics and classroom teaching methods. Previous and other ongoing projects include L2 English and L2 Spanish vowel analysis and morphophonosemantics.
Before coming to Penn State, Lindsey earned an MA in Spanish including coursework in cognitive science at North Carolina State University. She has previously worked as a tutor in introductory and advanced content Spanish courses and basic Psychology courses at Appalachian State University. Her teaching experience at Penn State includes SPAN 002 in the Spanish Basic Language Program, and SPAN 200 and 215.
When she is not working on her dissertation and research, Lindsey is passionate about yoga and community outreach initiatives.