- M.S. The University of Texas at San Antonio
- B.S. University of Missouri at Columbia
Kimberly Massaro holds a M.S. in statistics from The University of Texas at San Antonio and a B.S. in mathematics with emphasis in mathematical finance and insurance from the University of Missouri: Columbia. She has taught courses in Basic Statistics, Business Statistics with Computer Applications I and II, Probability and Statistics for Biosciences, Applied Statistics and Data Analysis and Visualization at UTSA since 2009. Kim is the course coordinator for Basic Statistics. She became a full-time lecturer in Management Science and Statistics in September 2018.
She also worked with UTSA’s Qualitative Literacy Program (QLP) and UTSA’s core curriculum from August 2011 – August 2018 where she assisted faculty with integrating quantitative literacy into their core courses. She has also worked with UTSA’s Statistical Consulting Center from January 2010 to August 2011. She provided statistical expertise to UTSA faculty and students as well as organizations in the community.
Honored for her teaching, Massaro won the President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Core Curriculum Teaching (Non-tenure-Track) in 2012. This award recognizes distinguished performance in teaching core curriculum courses.