Andrew Lazowski, Ph.D.
Dr. Andrew Lazowski is an associate professor of mathematics. He received his B.S. from Hofstra University and his Ph.D. from Wesleyan University. Since joining Sacred Heart 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 the freshmen calculus sequence. While keeping up with his mathematical research, he also collaborates with colleagues from other disciplines on education. As the director of the honors program, he will support and advocate for honors students while enhancing it through innovative teaching practices.
Degrees and Certifications
- Ph.D. Wesleyan University
- B.S. Hofstra University
- Fall 2017: Geometry & Topology
- Spring 2018: Sabbatical
- Art of Thinking
- Calculus I, II, and III
- Complex Analysis
- Elementary Statistics with Business Applications
- Geometry for Educators
- Geometry & Topology
- Linear Algebra
- Mathematics for Ultimate Sport's Fans
- Probability and Statistics 1
- Real Analysis
- Senior Seminar
- Statistics for Decision Making
I have taught the following courses since joining Sacred Heart University in the fall of 2010:
Research Interests and Grants
- Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program (NSF): "The Biology and Mathematics Educator Scholarship Project to Prepare Future Secondary Education STEM Teachers" (2017).
Awards and Fellowships
- Dr. Marian Calabrese Outstanding Faculty Award (2014)