Graduate Student Profile
Lindsay grew up in Fishers, IN where she was very involved in 4-H in Hamilton County. After completing her 10 years in 4-H, Lindsay became the summer assistant for Purdue Extension-Hamilton County for two summers during her undergraduate career. After graduating from Purdue with a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management, Lindsay became a manager in the hotel industry. She decided that she missed the education aspect of Extension and hopes to combine that with her love of event planning. Lindsay hopes to pursue a career in Extension Education and enjoys learning about new cultures and how to meet the needs of those individuals through education.
B.S., Purdue University, Hospitality & Tourism Management
Military Extension Fall Intern Orientation presenter 2012
Indiana Operation Military Kids camp staff 2012
National Science Teachers Association Conference booth presenter 2012
North American Colleges and Teachers in Agriculture Conference oral presenter 2012
4-H Round-Up workshop presenter 2012
4-H Science Workshops volunteer 2012
Purdue Annual Graduate Student Education Symposium poster presenter 2012
Measuring the acculturation orientation of a host community in order to help transform a mainstream unitary organizational culture into a multicultural organization.
Dr. Levon Esters
Dr. Renee McKee
Dr. Mark Tucker
Graduate Assistantship with a Military Extension Partnership
Myers, L., & Esters, L. (June 2012). Enhancing Science Interest through the 4-H Science Extravaganza Program. Abstract at North American Colleges and Teachers in Agriculture Conference, River Falls, WI.