Kimberly Roth

Professor of Statistics and Mathematics

Phone: (814)641- 3593
Office: Brumbaugh Academic Center C106
Office Hours: [Hours]


Dr. Roth came to Juniata College in 2006, from Wheeling Jesuit University where she was an assistant professor in mathematics. She teaches mathematics, statistics and data science. &nbsp;She is the 2019 winner of the Robert V. Hogg Award for Excellence in Teaching Introductory Statistics from the Special Interest Group in Statistics Education of the Mathematics Association of America.</p><p>She earned her Ph.D. in mathematics from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002 and a Masters in Applied Statistics in 2016,. She earned her B.A. from Oberlin College in 1996, with a major in mathematics with a minor in computer science. She spent the year after graduating from Oberlin studying at the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, a math program in Budapest, Hungary taught in English that can be taken for a semester or a year. Her current research interests are scholarship of teaching and learning in both math and statistics and statistical techniques for bacterial genomics.</p><p>She is involved in several professional organizations. Currently, she is serving as a secion NExT(New Experiences in Teaching)&nbsp;co-coordinator in the Allegheny Mountain Section of the Mathematics Association of America(MAA) and is a member of the Committee on Contributed Paper Sessions&nbsp;for the MAA. She is a member of the MAA,&nbsp;the Association for Women in Mathematics, National Association of Mathematicians, and Pi Mu Epsilon, a math honor society. In 2002-2003 she was a Project NExT &nbsp;fellow.&nbsp;&nbsp;Besides math and stats, she enjoys spending time&nbsp;with her family, knitting, gardening, baking, wheel thrown pottery, board games and singing in the Stone Church choir.</p>