Dr. Judy Lewandowski, vice provost for adult teaching and learning, facilitates the success of the curriculum design and operations teams as they partner across Purdue University Global to research, reimagine, and continuously improve our educational models.
Lewandowski has over 20 years of experience in teaching and designing courses in higher education, including a tenured faculty role at Indiana University South Bend and serving most recently as director of learning design and curriculum at the University of Notre Dame.
Lewandowski previously served as a professor in the learning design and technology graduate program and as an outreach coordinator for the Center for Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) at Purdue University West Lafayette. In 2018, she was awarded the Purdue University Outstanding Teaching Faculty Award for the College of Education. Lewandowski has worked as an evaluator for the Department of Education and earned her PhD from Purdue University in learning design and technology.
Her husband Bob is a Purdue alumnus and faculty member at the University of Notre Dame. Together they are raising 2 children, 3 dogs, 19 chickens, and 50,000 honeybees.