Lindsay Kennedy, Ph.D.
Phone: (806) 834-8240
Lindsay Kennedy is an assistant professor of practice of agricultural communications at Texas Tech University.
Dr. Kennedy brings 10-plus years of experience as a communications professional in the agricultural commodity and publication industries to the classroom. Her key teaching roles include the Agriculturist magazine production course and a field-based digital photography course. She was involved in the development of the innovative ACOM block course structure and also led the development and implementation of CASNR's Matador Institute of Leadership Engagement as its program director. The MILE is a program for selected CASNR undergraduate students that seeks to develop participants' leadership and professional skills while exposing them to the key issues affecting local, state, and national agriculture and policy.
Prior to joining the Tech faculty, Dr. Kennedy was external affairs director and Sorghum Grower magazine editor for the National Sorghum Producers and United Sorghum Checkoff Program in Lubbock. She also served as communications director for the Texas Corn Producers Board and Texas Peanut Producers Board, as well as founding managing editor for the Ozarks Farm & Neighbor–Arkansas in Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
Dr. Kennedy received her bachelor's degree in agricultural education, communication and technology from the University of Arkansas in 2005. Her master's degree in agricultural education (2006) and her doctoral degree in agricultural communications and education (2018) are from Texas Tech University.
Contact Dr. Kennedy at(806) 834-8240 or email@example.com