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Dale Dawes

Dale Dawes earned his Ph.D. and M.Phil. in Mathematics Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and is an Assistant Professor at the City University of New York (CUNY): Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). To fulfill his desire to teach and alleviate students’ apprehension towards mathematics, he joined CUNY as an Adjunct Lecturer in fall 2008, was promoted to full-time Lecturer in spring 2010, Instructor in fall 2016 and Assistant Professor in spring 2017.

As a former Developmental Mathematics Coordinator at BMCC, he was essential to the integration and management of online educational technology by the Mathematics Department. Dale developed and teaches several E-Learning courses. His technique and research interest are using the real-time analytics of an online preparation and rigorous enhancement platforms (OPREP) to transform a classroom into an innovative teaching environment where an instructor's pedagogical approach is tailored to the needs of each class and each student. Dale shares his implementation and best practices expertise via presentations and webinars at different institutions and conferences.

Dale holds his M.S. in Risk Management from St. John's University where he worked as a Graduate Research Assistant and graduated Beta Gamma Sigma. Subsequently, he passed Actuarial Science Exam P and worked as an Insurance Risk Analyst at Moody's Investor Services. His talent for teaching and passion for mathematics were cultivated at the University of Pittsburgh, where he tutored in the Upward Bound Program. Dale graduated summa cum laude and received a Culver Award from University of Pittsburgh’s Mathematics Department.