She is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Education of the Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Education and Psychology in Budapest. Her research focuses on creativity, learning, and technology, and how the affordances of digital tools can be utilized to promote creativity and learning for students with different needs. Enikő has designed several courses on serving the gifted and talented for the Education and Psychology BA and MA programs of her Institute, and is a member of the curriculum development group for the Educating the Gifted and Talented in-service teacher training program offered by her university. She regularly teaches courses and seminars in the field of creativity development, gifted education, and teaching with technology for pre- and in-service teachers. Prior to joining the faculty, she was a secondary school teacher for 12 years during which time had earned several national and international awards for her technology-based creativity fostering teaching practice. Her K-12 teaching experience along with her research background enables her to deliver evidence-based practice oriented courses in teacher education. Enikő was also a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of Connecticut, Neag School of Education, Renzulli Center for Creativity, Gifted Education, and Talent Development, where she studied the possibilities of fostering students’ creativity in technology-enhanced learning environments in US high schools under Prof. Joseph S. Renzulli’s supervision, and carried out gifted program evaluation with Prof. E. Jean Gubbins’ guidance. In addition to research, she was enrolled in several courses at the University of Connecticut focusing on the evaluation of gifted programs, the Schoolwide Enrichment Model, and creativity development. Enikő is member of several professional organizations among which APA’s Division 10: Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, and ECHA. She acts as an ad-hoc reviewer for journals publishing research on creativity and technology.