Lynda Beltz, PhD
PhD (Communications and American Studies), Indiana University, Bloomington
MA (Communications), Indiana University, Bloomington
Lynda Beltz is a faculty member in the Graduate Education programs, including the Doctor of Education program. Dr. Beltz’s research interests include leadership, ethical decision making, globalization in education, and international student markets.
Previously, Dr. Beltz taught courses in the Communications Management graduate program at Simmons College, which she founded and directed, and at the College of Communications at Boston University. While at Simmons, she also served as a consultant to Public Information Resources. In that role, Dr. Beltz worked with numerous independent and private schools and with the Educational Records Bureau, a not-for-profit educational services organization that provides assessments for independent and selected public schools from PreK through grade 12. She also designed a sequence of courses for people working in the animal-care field.