Dr. Kristina Gill, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Office: Old Fine Arts Building, Room 173
Dr. Gill joined the Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics in 2004. She received a B.A. in Mathematics Education from the University of Northern Colorado in 1995, an M.A. in Mathematics from Texas Tech University in 2003 and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Texas Tech University in 2010.
Teaching and Related Service
Dr. Gill teaches secondary and elementary mathematics education content courses.
Dr. Gill is the campus advisor for and alumnae member of the Delta Zeta national sorority.
Research and Creative Activity
Dr. Gill’s mathematics education research interests include math anxiety in middle-school and secondary students, uses of technology in mathematics and science teaching, teaching for student success in mathematics and science, and creating professional development opportunities for mathematics teachers.
Dr. Gill also researches in higher education administration with a focus on female representation in higher education administration, female STEM faculty, and family-friendly tenure policies.
Dr. Gill lives in Canyon with her husband, an athletic director and varsity basketball coach at a 1A school district, and her 3 children. She also enjoys traveling, reading, and cross-stitching.