Robyne Elder is an assistant professor in the Education Leadership Department at Lindenwood University. Previously she served as an adjunct professor and APA editor at LU. Elder began editing dissertations and assisting EdD candidates in December of 2009 and developed and taught a course, Writing for Research and Publication (EDR 58000), to help such candidates in spring of 2014. She holds a bachelor's degree in English from Mizzou, and a master's degree in teaching, and an EdD in instructional leadership from Lindenwood University. Elder was a high school English instructor for 13 years and ELA department chair for five years. She was honored to receive the following awards during her teaching career: Teacher of the Year, Educator of the Year for the Ft. Zumwalt School District, Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award, and the Sue Spellman Award from Lindenwood. She enjoys watching and playing football, basketball, and baseball with her two boys and husband in Crestwood, Missouri, as well as taking her dog, Izzy, for walks.
Last Updated: 02-10-2019.
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