Kasey Linde

Assistant Director
Instructor, MA Program in Athletic Administration
Teaching and Learning Center
HLH 014
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
(402) 472-4292
klinde2@unl.edu
Kasey Linde Photo
Education
Ed.D. (2018) Higher Education Administration, St. Cloud State University
M.Ed. (2014) Higher Education Administration: Leadership, Upper Iowa University
B.S. (2011) Exercise Science, Southwest Minnesota State University
Areas of Expertise
  • Higher Education Administration
  • Student Development
  • Collegiate Athletics
Appointments
  • Assistant Director, Teaching and Learning Center
  • Instructor, MA Business in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration
CliftonStrengths ®
  • Learner
  • Relator
  • Focus
  • Discipline
  • Responsibility
Biography

Dr. Kasey Linde serves in the Teaching and Learning Center where she oversees the academic support services offered within the College of Business. The Center provides all students enrolled in a College of Business course access to free tutoring and coaching on effective study skills. Additionally, Kasey teaches GRBA 898 and supports the operations of the MAIAA program.

Prior to joining the Teaching and Learning Center, Kasey served in a variety of roles within higher education, specifically, in the areas of collegiate athletics and university advancement.

Selected Publications/Articles
Selected Presentations
  • "Fundraising Strategies: Practical Ways to Incorporate Private Giving", Academic & Student Affairs Leadership Conference, 2017
  • Developments in Annual Giving panel, Reeher Vista Executive Conference, 2017
  • "Outreach Pilot Programs", Reeher Annual Giving Bootcamp, 2017
  • "Leading Up: Leadership at Every Level", Minnesota College Professionals Association, 2016
  • "Reunion Giving & Volunteer Management", Minnesota Alumni Professional Conference, 2015
Graduate Courses

Managerial Skills Seminar (BSAD 898) - Students use current literature, student-directed research, and experiential learning opportunities to gain insight on the best practices, policies, and environmental factors that influence collegiate athletics.