Virtual Connecting Community Symposium: Snapshots from the Field
Session 4: Former Foster Care Navigating Higher Education
Dr. Crystal Kreitler, Associate Professor and M.S. Experimental Psychology Program Director, Angelo State University
Other Events in Symposium
Monday, Nov. 9
Connecting Community Symposium Kick-off
Drs. Kinsey Hansen and Gina Shipley, Angelo State University
Tuesday, Nov. 10
Poverty Informed Practice in Higher Education
Chad Dull, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Minnesota State College Southeast
Wednesday, Nov. 18
Presentation: Solving America’s Hunger Crisis
Jeremy Everett, Found and Executive Director, Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty
How to Register
You can register for one or all of the events through the same form. Information to join the symposium will be provided upon registering.
About the Speaker
Dr. Crystal Mata Kreitler is an associate professor at Angelo State University in the Department of Psychology and Sociology. Dr. Kreitler completed her Ph.D. and a M.S. degree in experimental psychology with emphasis in cognition from TCU and earned her B.A. degree at ASU. She is a co-developer and a director of the M.S. Experimental Program with a Behavioral Neuroscience Emphasis.
In addition to her passion for mentoring students in research, she enjoys serving on the Children’s Advocacy Center Board of Directors, serving the state’s Human Trafficking Task Force and the state’s Children’s Commission on former foster care initiatives in higher ed. Dr. Kreitler served as the 2019-20 ASU Faculty Senate President and was a member of the Texas Academic Leadership Academy’s inaugural cohort. She is the author of 19 journal articles, a co-author of a Research Methods Textbook and has presented over 30 conference papers.