College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Dr. Lindecker has worked in higher education for the past 21 years and has taught online for the past 11 years. She owns and operates two family businesses and is a licensed realtor in Iowa. Her educational background includes a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, an M.S.E. degree in College Students Development and Administration, and a B.A. in Psychology. She has authored proposals and projects winning approximately $10 million in competitive state, federal and private grant funding. Over the years she worked as an academic dean, a graduate and undergraduate professor, a grant writer, a curriculum consultant, a realtor, and a business owner.
APSY 8630 - Learning and Motivation
APSY 8760 - Educational Psychology
PhD, Capella University
MS, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
BA, Winona State University
Opening Doors, Board of Directors - Dubuque, United States
Awards / Honors
Faculty Research Grant, American Public University System, 2018
Faculty Research Grant, Ashford University, 2013
Lindecker, C. A. (2012). Parent Experience: When a child is diagnosed with Childhood Apraxia. . Communication Disorders Quarterly.
Lindecker, C. (2013). The critical encounter: Facilitating positive parent adaptation to CAS. . The Childhood Association of Speech Association of North America. Library: Apraxia Research. .
Tucker, J., Miron, C., Lindecker, C. A. (2012). Disruptive technology in online education: Great idea…now what? Featured Speakers.
Bhalla, M., Miron, C., Lindecker, C. A. (2012). Using emerging technologies to facilitate program assessment.