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Assistant Professor, Education

Coordinator, M.Ed. in Athletic Coaching & Administration and M.Ed. with certification in PreK-4

Pictured is Kamryn York. Photo by Randall Coleman.Contact Information


  • Bachelor of Science, Elementary and Kindergarten Education, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction: Instructional Technology, George Mason University
  • Doctor of Education, Leadership and Administration, Point Park University

Courses Taught

  • Technological Literacy in Education (both undergraduate and graduate) 
  • Methods of Mathematics I Grades Pre K-1 
  • Methods of Mathematics II Grades 2-4 
  • Teaching Science and Health in PreK-Grade 4 
  • Children’s Literature 
  • Building Family Partnerships 
  • Educational Psychology
  • Family and Community Diversity 
  • Introduction to the Teaching Profession


Kamryn York, Ed.D., is an assistant professor of education at Point Park University. Prior to joining the School of Education as full-time faculty, Dr. York served as the doctoral graduate assistant while completing her doctoral studies at Point Park focusing on leadership and administration. 

After earning an initial teaching certification in K-6 education at The Pennsylvania State University, Dr. York started her career as an elementary teacher in northern Virginia. Dr. York received her Master of Education from George Mason University in curriculum and instruction with a focus in instructional technology. She has experience teaching Pre-K through sixth grade, leading as a teacher mentor and working as a behavioral specialist serving children with autism and their families. 

At Point Park, Dr. York teaches courses in the undergraduate and graduate education programs. She primarily focuses on methods courses in the Pre K-4 certification program with a focus on math and science. Dr. York collaborates with local K-12 school administrators and community organizations to secure field experiences for preservice teachers that strengthen their professional development. She has experience supervising student teachers and works with faculty members to coordinate the student teaching abroad program and Makerspace Lab initiatives. Dr. York is the co-principal investigator on the National Science Foundation Grant project, titled, “T.I.M.E. for STEM.” Dr. York serves as a board member at Kingdom Kid’s Nursery School at Mt. Lebanon Presbyterian Church, Young Life-South Hills, Point Park Alumni Association and Matt’s Makerspace, Inc. 

Curriculum Vitae

Publications and Presentations

  • York, K. (2020). A phenomenological case study: A comprehensive review of a campus-based program student teaching abroad experience (Order No. 27834312). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global: The Humanities and Social Sciences Collection. (2393688314). 

  • Conference Presenter at The Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators (PACTE), Harrisburg, Pa., 2019. 
  • Conference Presenter at Point Park University Graduate Students Conference, Pittsburgh, Pa., 2019.
  • Conference Presenter at Virginia Society of Technology in Education (VSTE) Conference, Roanoke, Va., 2002.

Professional Board Memberships

  • Advisory Board Member for Vice President of Academic Excellence, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pennsylvania State University
  • Kingdom Kid’s Nursery School 
  • Young Life, South Hills
  • Matt’s Makerspace, Inc.  
  • Point Park Alumni Association

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