Distinguished Professor, Emeriti
Dr. Yvonna S. Lincoln received her Ed.D. in Higher Education from Indiana University in 1977. Dr. Lincoln joined the Educational Administration and Human Resource Development Department at Texas A&M as a Professor in 1991. Dr. Lincoln teaches graduate courses in qualitative research methods, the foundations of American higher education, proposal preparation and organizational theory. Dr. Lincoln’s research focuses on neoliberal and corporatization shifts in faculty worklife and university administration, and also in the development of qualitative methods. Dr. Lincoln is the co-editor of Qualitative Inquiry Journal, and serves on several other editorial boards. She has written over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters, and written, edited or co-edited more than a dozen books, She has chaired over 100 doctoral committees, and served on many more. Dr. Lincoln won the Presidential Citation from the American Educational Research Association in 2013.
- Research interests: Applications of qualitative fieldwork methods; effects of neoliberal economic political philosophies on faculty worklife;
- Co-editor, Qualitative Inquiry Journal, and three other book series with Routledge and Meyers Press
- Expertise: Qualitative research methods, documentary analysis; neoliberal
political and economic philosophies within the academy; research standards and
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