Linda M. Windle
Dr. Windle serves as associate director of Mays Business School’s Undergraduate Program. She advises and mentors undergraduate students and works closely with faculty and staff for the continuous development of the business curricula and program opportunities. She has taught ethics in business and a first-year seminar, Money-Savvy Students. The guiding principle of Dr. Windle’s life is that of making a positive difference and impacting the lives of others. She enjoys helping students identify and achieve their personal and academic goals.
Prior to joining Mays Business School, Dr. Windle spent more than 10 years working in student affairs at Texas A&M University and Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. Also, she was engaged for several years in part-time youth ministry.
In her spare time Dr. Windle actively participates in worship and mission activities of a local church, spends time with family, friends and neighbors, gardens, and enjoys cooking, music, reading, and watching movies.
She is a recipient of the President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Advising (2014 and 2004), Margaret Annette Peters Advising Award (2013), Mays Outstanding Staff Award (2004), Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Inductee (2007), Mays Star Performer Award (2009), and Division of Student Affairs Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award (1997).