Cindy King Boettcher
Cindy King Boettcher, Texas A&M Class of 1976, is an avid reader and collector of children’s literature. She received a Masters of Educational Psychology and a Ph.D. in Educational Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A&M University. She is a Clinical Professor in the College of Education and Human Resources where she teaches children’s literature and multicultural courses. Her students have accompanied her on 15 study abroad experiences in Asia and Europe. She is the author of 5 children’s books and 2 college textbooks.
Her research interests include children’s literature, learning communities, and study abroad programs. She and her husband Ben, Class of ’72, reside in College Station.
2013 Texas A&M Bush Excellence Award for Faculty in International Teaching
2012 College of Education & Human Development Faculty Service Award
2010 Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China: Honors Award 10th International Scholarship Forum
2009 Texas A&M University Association of Former Students: University Distinguished Teaching Award
2005 Texas A&M University Association of Former Students: College of Education and Human Development Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching
2005 Texas A&M University: Fish Camp Namesake
2005 Texas A&M University: T-Camp Namesake
2004 Texas A&M University: Provost’s Multicultural and Diversity Group Award for Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Students
2004 Texas A&M University: College of Education & Human Development. Dean’s Round Table Outstanding Educator
1998 Texas A&M University: Howdy Camp Namesake.