Linda Samuels was a member of the science faculty at Dana Hall School for nearly three decades. She earned numerous national teaching honors including a Distinguished Alumnae Award from the University of Cincinnati, a Presidential Finalist Award, and an Excellence in Encouraging Equity Award. In Massachusetts she was named Outstanding Biology Teacher by the National Association of Biology Teachers. She authored several articles as well as the award-winning book, Girls Can Succeed in Science!.
Linda holds a Master of Science Degree in Population Genetics as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from the University of Cincinnati. In 2003, she received a Master in Business Administration Degree from Suffolk University.
She established The Science of Learning Center in 2001 and is the current CEO. The company is based on the business experience gained from her MBA degree as well as her years of classroom teaching. Linda is renowned for developing a new educational paradigm for teaching science that emphasizes the importance of integrating right-brain nonlinear dynamic learning with left-brain linear analytic learning.
Last Modified: February 6, 2006