Daniel Ozimek, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Science and Humanities Faculty
BiographyDaniel Ozimek is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, and a Mathematics Education Ph.D. candidate (ABD) at Penn State University, where he is studying nursing students’ conceptions of dimensional analysis as a method for calculating medication dosage. Daniel is also a project leader of a multi-disciplinary initiative supported by the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin, the Mathematical Association of America, and QSEN -- Quality and Safety Education for Nurses, which is working to reform math education for nurses at a national level. You can learn more about this national initiative here.
- MAT-100 Quantitative Reasoning & Skill, MAT-150 Clinical Mathematics, MAT-260 Statistics
- Ph.D. (ABD), Curriculum & Instruction - Mathematics Education emphasis, Penn State University, Expected 2021
- M.Ed., Mathematics, Millersville University, 2010
- B.S., Mathematics, Penn State University, 2008
- B.A., Economics, Penn State University, 2008
- President's Award for Innovative Teaching, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, 2020
- Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellow, Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin, 2018
- Kenneth G. Stoudt Endowed Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, 2015
- Ambassador of Student Learning Award, Kutztown University, 2013