Huiting Zhou (She/Her) is a Ph.D. student and graduate research assistant in Learning Sciences program with the Educational Psychology department at OU Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education (JRCoE).
Huiting began her academic journey at Hainan Normal University in China, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology. During her time in China, she obtained her teaching credentials in Mental Health Education and gained valuable internship experiences in primary and secondary schools. Following her undergraduate studies, Huiting ventured to the United States to pursue a Master’s degree in Learning Sciences at OU. Her current research interests revolve around the complex issues of cyberbullying and online harassment.
Huiting is deeply passionate about assisting fellow researchers in the fields of education research, quantitative research, and data analysis at CEDaR. Beyond her work and studies, she enjoys taking her dog to the dog park for some playtime. Huiting also has a love for cooking a variety of Chinese dishes and indulging in Korean dramas during her free time.