Kristin Huggins’ research focuses on urban school reform, equity in education, instructional leadership, professional development and teacher quality.
Dr. Huggins teaches EdRes 564 (Qualitative Research) and EdAd 587 (Seminar in Leadership). She is a member of the Washington State University Association for Faculty Women, the Text and Academic Authors Association, the National Association of Professional Women and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
- One of seventeen graduate students at Texam A&M University selected for Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
- Recipient of the Texas A&M University, College of Education, Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development T.M. Stinnett Fellowship
- Selected participant in the University Council of Educational Administration David L. Clark National Research Seminar
- Recipient of the Texas A&M University, College of Education, Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development Mance L. Park Memorial Fellowship
- B.S., Secondary Education (English), Oklahoma State University, 1995
- M.Ed., Supervision, Curriculum & Instruction, University of Oklahoma, 1998
- Ph.D., Educational Administration, Texas A&M University, 2010