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Mary Lynn Crow, Ph.D.


Department of Curriculum and Inclusion

College of Education

UT Arlington

Mary Lynn Crow, Ph.D., is an inaugural winner of the UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award, member of The University of Texas at Arlington’s Academy of Distinguished Teachers, and a Piper Professor of Texas. She is a Professor of Education, directs the counseling program, teaches courses in educational and developmental psychology to future teachers, and provides instructional support to teaching assistants and faculty members.  She was founding Director of UT Arlington’s Faculty Development Resource Center, the first center in Texas and one of the first five in the country devoted to improving instruction at the university level. She also was the first Executive Director of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, composed of leaders of instructional development centers at universities across the country.  Before UT Arlington, she was a teacher and counselor in Texas public schools and was the Romper Room Teacher on the International Television Kindergarten.  She maintains a private practice of psychology.