Lindquist comes to LLCC from Richard Bland College of William & Mary in Petersburg, Va. where he served as dean of faculty and chief academic officer. He was responsible for all academic planning, hiring, assessment, library and support. Prior to that, he was dean of liberal arts and sciences at the State University of New York at Delhi. He also spent nearly 20 years at Sullivan CCC (now SUNY Sullivan), a comprehensive community college, as chair of the Arts and Letters Division, Honors Program coordinator and professor.
“We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Lindquist to our college community,” said Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president of LLCC. “His wealth of leadership experience in community college administration, assessment and instruction and his record of collaboration and innovation will provide a new path forward for teaching and learning at LLCC.”
Lindquist’s scholarly activities include recent presentations on the topics of predictive analytics as a retention tool for at-risk students and developmental mathematics. He is also the author of a number of academic publications and instructional materials.
Lindquist earned his doctor of philosophy degree in English language and literature from Indiana University as well as a master’s degree from the same institution and a bachelor’s degree with distinction and high honors from the University of Michigan. He is the recipient of Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Scholarship and Excellence in Teaching from the State University of New York.
Lindquist replaces Dr. Eileen Tepatti, who recently retired as vice president after 22 years of service to LLCC.