Lyndsay Moore, M.Ed.

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Academic Advisor
frscadvising@vcu.edu

Education
Lyndsay Durham Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Commonwealth University where she majored in Forensic Science and minored in Chemistry. Lyndsay received her Master of Education degree from VCU specializing in Curriculum and Instruction. 

Professional Experience
Lyndsay began her professional career in forensic science at the Virginia Department of Forensic Science in the Breath Alcohol Section. In 2012, Lyndsay began working at VCU to investigate new and emerging technologies as part of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCoE) partnership.

Lyndsay continues to work in the Department of Forensic Science at VCU as the Department’s Advisor for undergraduate students and teaches a general education course for non-majors. Lyndsay has presented at conferences about trends in academic advising and maintains collaborative relationships both internally and externally to continue to develop and shape the Department’s advising program.

Lyndsay is an active member of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), member of the Technology in Advising Steering Committee and Chair of the Technology Innovation Awards Selection Sub-Committee.  Lyndsay enjoys serving as Chair of the VCU Undergraduate Academic Advising Board (UAAB) and values her work with other committees within the University community that advocate for resources to promote student success.

Awards & Recognition

  • 2014 VCU Undergraduate Academic Advising Board (UAAB) Excellence in Advising Award for Outstanding New Advisor
  • 2015 VCU Undergraduate Academic Advising Board (UAAB) Excellence in Advising Award for Advising Innovator
  • 2017 VCU College of Humanities and Sciences (CHS) Distinguished Advising Award

Presentations

Durham, L. “What do you meme I have an advisor? Speaking the language of social media to increase student engagement”, Concurrent Session, NACADA Region 2 Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. March 2017.

Durham, L. “What do you meme I have an advisor? Speaking the language of social media to increase student engagement”, Concurrent Session, NACADA Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA. October 2016.

Durham, L.Ackerson, S., Sauter, J. “Leveraging the Benefits of Advising Technology Through Effective Training Practices”, Panel Session, NACADA Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA. October 2016.

Durham, L. “What do you meme I have an advisor? Speaking the language of social media to increase student engagement”, Concurrent Session, NACADA Region 2 Conference. Hyattsville, MD. March 2016.

Durham, L. “What do you Meme I have an Advisor? Learning to ‘speak’ social media to increase communication with students”, Concurrent Session, Advising Matters Conference. Blacksburg, VA. March 2016.

Durham, L. “What do you Meme I have an Advisor? Learning to ‘speak social media’ to increase communication with students”, Concurrent Session, NACADA Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV. October 2015.

Durham, L., Plache, B., Hendershot, J. “Speeding Towards an enRICHed advising experience with Google Drive”, Preconference Workshop, NACADA Region 2 Conference. Richmond, VA. March 2015.

Durham, L. “Google Driving Advising Forward”, Concurrent Session, NACADA Virginia State Drive-In Conference. Roanoke, VA. October 2014.

Durham, L. “Promoting faculty engagement in a meaningful advising program”, Concurrent Session, NACADA New Jersey State Drive-In Conference, Mahwah, NJ. June 2014.