Linda Bone has been an Adjunct Professor at Sam Houston State University since 2004. She has taught courses in the College of Education, School of Teaching and Learning and the Family and Consumer Sciences Department. Professor Bone taught in the public schools for 40 years in the areas of Pre-Kindergarten and High School Family and Consumer Sciences including Culinary, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Child Development, and Education and Training. She was also a grant writer and grant administrator. Professor Bone was the director of Huntsville ISD Child Development Center. She taught Child Development courses for Angelina Junior College. Professor Bone currently teaches courses related to the Hospitality Industry.
She is a participating member of American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences and Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers Association of Texas.
Sam Houston State University
- 1979 – 1982—Master of Education: Home Economics Education & Early Childhood Education
- 1974 – 1977—Bachelor of Arts in Teaching: Home Economics Education
- 2015— Teacher of the Year for Texas Region IV Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher Association of Texas
- 2002— Governor’s Volunteer Awards Semi-Finalist as director or HISD AmeriCorps program
- 2002—Texas Attorney General John Cornyn recognized work as director of HISD Fragile Families Program with a local press conference and plaque
- 1995— Best of Texas by Corporate Fund for Children as director or HISD School-Age Parent program