### Teaching outside my comfort zone

"Teaching outside my comfort zone", K. A. Roth, *Cardinal Perspectives*, 2004-2005.

- B.A. in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science, Oberlin College, 1996
- Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, Fall 1996-Spring 1997
- Ph.D in Mathematics, The Pennsylvania State University, 2002
- Masters in Applied Statistics, The Pennsylvania State University, 2016

- Professor of Mathematics (Fall 2006- present, current rank since Fall 2016)
- Juniata College

- Reader (Summers 2015-2019)
- AP Statitics grader
- Past AP Calculus reader

- Assitant Professor of Mathematics (Fall 2002-Spring 2006)
- Wheeling Jesuit University

- Robert V. Hogg Award for Excellence in Teaching Introductory Statistics-national award from the Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America (SIGMAA) on Statistics Education. January 2019.
- Math and the Microbiome Innovation Award for Organization of Inter-kingdom microbial communities from the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at Ohio State with Matt Anderson, Rick Ballweg, Chiranjit Mukherjee, Denise Russi Rodrigues, Christine Sun, and Yan Zhang. Fall 2018.
- SoTL grant from Juniata College for “What is the most effective format for practice and feedback for Calculus I students at Juniata” with Kristin Camenga, Summer 2018.
- SoTL grant from Juniata College for Calculus precalculus review project with Henry Escuadro, Summer 2015 and 2016.
- HHMI Summer Research Grant with Gina Lamendella, “What Are the Comparative Effects of Metronidazole, Vancomycin and Fidaxomicin on Host Associated Gut Microbial Communities?” Summer 2016.
- HHMI Summer Research Grant} with Gina Lamendella, “Modeling the degredation potential of groundwater microbial communities using multi-omics data sets.” Summer 2015.
- Course revision grant for finding and including genomics data in Introduction to Probability and Statistics, part of the HHMi funded genomics initiative at Juniata college, August 2013.
- CAUSE grant for attendance at Teaching Introductory Data Analysis through Modeling Workshop at Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 2009 and participation at US Conference on Teaching Statistics, June 2009.
- SoTL grant from Juniata College for Calculus clicker project Summer 2008 and Summer 2009.
- Project NExT Fellow, NExT, which stands for New Experiences in Teaching, is a national year long program of the MAA for new math faculty, Summer 2002 through Summer 2003.

### Teaching outside my comfort zone

"Teaching outside my comfort zone", K. A. Roth,

*Cardinal Perspectives*, 2004-2005.### Non-uniform Porosity for a Subset of Some Julia Sets.

"Non-uniform Porosity for a Subset of Some Julia Sets.", K. A. Roth, Proceedings of Complex Dynamics: 25 years after the first appearance of the Mandelbrot Set, published in the Contemporary Math Series of the AMS, 2006.

### The Genomics Leadership Initiative at Juniata College.

"The Genomics Leadership Initiative at Juniata College." Buonaccorsi, V.,Roney J., Keeney, J. , Roth, K., Juniata Voices, 2015.

### The Only Woman in the Room

"The Only Woman in the Room", Kimb

*Juniata Magazine*, Fall/Winter 2017.### Bacterial Community Dynamics in Dichloromethane-Contaminated Groundwater Undergoing Natural Attenuation.

"Bacterial Community Dynamics in Dichloromethane-Contaminated Groundwater Undergoing Natural Attenuation.", Wright Justin, Kirchner Veronica, Bernard William, Ulrich Nikea, McLimans Christopher, Campa Maria F., Hazen Terry, Macbeth Tamzen, Marabello David, McDermott Jacob, Mackelprang Rachel, Roth Kimberly, Lamendella Regina.

*Frontiers in Microbiology*, Volume 8, 2017.

### Mathematics of Ingress

Talk at Mathfest, Washington, DC

### Using Plickers in Introductory Statistics

Talk at Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, WA

### Plickers

Talk at AP Statistics Best Practices Talks, Kansas City, MO

### Reviewing Precalculus in Calculus: Integrated vs. Beginning of Course

Talk at Mathfest, Columbus, OH

### Reviewing Prerequisite Material for a Course: How and When Should It Be Done?

Talk at Brown Bag SoTL Talk Series, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA

### Comparisons

Talk at Who is your neighbor? Talk Series, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA

### Introducing R to Different Statistical Audiences.

Talk at Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA

### Introduction to Data Science with No Prerequisites

Electronic Poster at Electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics (ECOTS), New York City, NY.

### Effective Practice and Feedback in Calculus I

Talk at Brown Bag SoTL Talk Series, Juniata College, Huntgindon, PA

### Classroom Response Systems and Peer Instruction: Two Literature Reviews and a Demo

Talk at Brown Bag SoTL Talk Series, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA

### Effective Practice and Feedback Methods in Calculus I.

Conference proceedings talk at Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore, MD

### A Mathematician Knits an Afghan

Talk at Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects (MOVES), New York City, NY

### Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Random Forests and Predicting Fracking

Talk at Franklin and Marshall College and Millersville University Joint Colloquium in Mathematics, Lancaster, PA

### Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Random Forests and Predicting Fracking

Talk at California University of Pennsylvania Mathematics Club, California, PA

- Director of James J. Lakso Center for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning at Juniata College, 2019-2020.
- Section New Experiences in Teaching co-coordinator for Allgheny Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America. Also chair of nominating committee.
- Member of the Committee on Contributed Paper Sessions of the Mathematical Association of America
- Webmaster of the the Mathematical Associations of America’s Special Interest Group of Statistics Education.
- Referee for College Math Journal, Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, Journal of Humanistic Mathematics and Journal of Statistics Education.