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Kristina Collins

Texas State University
Kristina Henry Collins, Ph.D. is the core Talent Development Program faculty and co-PI for NASA STEM Engagement & Educator professional Development Collaborative at Texas State University, San Marcos. Dr. Collins earned her Ph.D. in educational psychology and Ed.S. in gifted and creative education from the University of Georgia. She holds a M.S.Ed. degree in mathematics (Jacksonville State University) with certifications in technology education and computer science; a B.S. degree in engineering (University of Alabama); and a military science diploma (USN) in cryptology and electronic surveillance. Dr. Collins is the proud recipient of the 2020 National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Special Populations Network “Early Career Award”, 2020 Bridges Academic Press 2021 “Person to Watch” in the field of twice exceptionality, and  2011 Mary Frasier Equity and Excellence Award presented to her by Georgia Association of Gifted Children (GAGC) for her work in advancing educational opportunities for under-represented students in gifted education. She currently serves as president of SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted) and member-at-large for the NAGC’s board of directors. Her research foci include multicultural gifted education; culturally responsive STEM identity and talent development; and mentoring across the lifespan.
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