Skip to main content

About Andrew Lazowski

Since joining Sacred Heart University in 2010, Andrew has built a great rapport with students. He has advised several student organizations and won the Dr. Marian Calabrese Outstanding Faculty Award. He teaches all levels of mathematics and particularly enjoys teaching honors statistics with R. He maintains research in hyperbolic geometry, is interested in voting theory, and finding interesting projects for undergraduates to work on. As the director of the honors program, he will support and advocate for honors students while enhancing it through innovative teaching practices.

Grants:

1.) New Hampshire Institute of Politics Jeanne D. Smith Research Incentive Fund. (Topic is voting theory.) 2011-2012.
2.) Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program (NSF)  ``The Biology and Mathematics Educator Scholarship Project to Prepare Future Secondary Education STEM Teachers'', Award Amount: 1.2 million, 2017 - present.

Awards:
1.) Dr. Marian Calabrese Outstanding Faculty Award at the Campus Life Leadership Awards, Sacred Heart University 2014.
2.) Tenure, effective 09/03/2017.

Positions

January 2017 - Present Co-Pi of Noyce Scholars Program, Sacred Heart University
to
August 2017 - Present Director, Sacred Heart University Thomas More Honors Program
to
September 2016 - Present Associate Professor, Sacred Heart University Department of Mathematics
to
September 2010 - August 2016 Assistant Professor Mathematics, Sacred Heart University Department of Mathematics
to



$
to
Enter a valid date range.

to
Enter a valid date range.

Honors and Awards

  • Promotion & Tenure, 2017
  • Dr. Marian Calabrese Outstanding Faculty Award (2014)

Education

to
2010 Ph.D. Mathematics, Wesleyan University ‐ Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
to
B.S., Hofstra University
to


Contact Information

Department of Mathematics
Martire Center BUCM*E368
College of Arts and Sciences
203-365-7615

Email:


Recent Works (2)

Articles (8)

Contributions to Books (1)

Dissertation (1)