Dr. Angela Lindner has always been a strong champion for undergraduate students. She encourages a student-centered approach through her leadership at UF and firmly believes in the critical balance between curricular and co-curricular experiences to achieve a complete undergraduate education. In 2015, she was named Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs and has been a tireless advocate for the Center for Undergraduate Research ever since. Prior to her appointment as Associate Provost, Dr. Lindner served as Associate Dean of Student Affairs in UF’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering from 2008-2015, where she served the College’s approximately 6,500 students by developing and implementing effective academic advising and counseling, administering undergraduate curricular and assessment programs, K-12 outreach, and undergraduate co-curricular programs among other programs. She started her career at UF in 1998 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences. Prior to joining the faculty at UF, Dr. Lindner worked in industry at General Motors and for the federal government at the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Dr. Lindner earned a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Michigan, her MS in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University, and her BS in Chemistry from the College of Charleston.
Thank you for your vigorous support of undergraduate research at UF!