Biography"My favorite part about teaching at Ashford is the amazing support instructors receive as well as the opportunity to be a part of creating the future of education."
Dr. Lynne Trevisan joined Ashford University in 2009 and worked in the Instructional Specialist and Academic Resolution departments before becoming a full-time faculty member in 2012. A former practicing chiropractor for almost a decade, today she teaches courses in Ashford’s College of Health, Human Services, and Science and has developed several courses for the Bachelor of Arts in Complementary and Alternative Health program. She earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic and instructed at a community college prior to Ashford. Her professional and educational backgrounds enhance her teaching in many ways, allowing her to better prepare students to step into their roles in the professional world. “My favorite part about teaching at Ashford is the amazing support instructors receive as well as the opportunity to be a part of creating the future of education. Ashford accomplishes in one year what many colleges take decades to accomplish. It’s an incredible experience.” Dr. Trevisan encourages students to think globally, communicate and ask questions, be fully engaged, and stay open to multiple opportunities as career paths continue to unfold. She lives in Iowa with her husband, occasionally his son, and their dog.
Dr. Lynne Trevisan and Dr. Claire DeCristofaro, Assistant Professors in the College of Health, Human Services, and Science, presented Peer-review of teaching performance: Is inter-rater reliability improved by provision of directed instructions? at the 2013 Sloan-C conference.