Elizabeth Hofschulte Collins, MS

Doctoral Student + Graduate Research Assistant

With over 10 years of graduate experience at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas I have had the ability to explore a multitude of projects and topics. I have worked with many types of organizations at the national, state, and local levels on a variety of project types. Project types have included large-scale evaluations, literature and policy reviews, grant management, and teaching undergraduate students.

You can download my CV for a complete list of my scholarly and work activities.

Selected Experience

Instructor of Record for Undergraduate Courses

Has taught several sections of undergraduate educational psychology courses and seminar courses for beginning students.

Awarded Grants

2024 Nevada P-20 Workforce Research Data System Grant - Awarded by the Office of Workforce Innovation in Nevada.

Graduate Assistant

Has served as a graduate assistant across the College of Education at UNLV. Roles have included evaluation assistant and grant office assistant. Projects have ranged from large-scale state evaluations, large data-set analysis, report writing, and project and office management.

College of Education Advarra/Forte Superuser

When research projects involve compensating participants, I train principal investigators and their research team members college-wide on how to process and disburse payments to participants using the online Advarra Payment System.


University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Master of Science in Educational Psychology

University of Nevada, Reno

Bachelor of Science, 2014


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