Kim Danielson is an Academic Success Specialist in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University. Dr. Danielson, who grew up in Tempe, earned her Bachelor of Arts in German from Arizona State University, including a Sun Devil study abroad program in Regensburg, Germany. Dr. Danielson earned a Master of Arts in Education in Adult Education and Distance Learning from University of Phoenix, and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from University of Phoenix. Prior to earning academic degrees, Dr. Danielson worked as a hairdresser, earning two vocational certificates in Cosmetology and Instructor of Cosmetology and is licensed in Arizona for Cosmetology and Instructor of Cosmetology. Dr. Danielson's doctoral research focused on the use of technology in vocational school. In her spare time, Dr. Danielson enjoys fitness, travel, and learning about foreign cultures.
Doctor of Education, Educational Leadership, University of Phoenix, 2009.
Master of Arts in Education, Adult Education and Distance Learning, University of Phoenix, 2004.
Bachelor of Arts, German, Arizona State University, 2002.
Academic Advising, Adult Education, Andragogy, Cosmetology Education, Vocational Education, Higher Education Accreditation, Social Justice in Higher Education, Advocacy
Teaching assistant for NUR 603/NUR 690, 2016-2017
Instructional Design/Support, and Teaching assistant for Lactation Management Course, 2016-2017
New Times "Best of Phoenix" Award, Gig Posters, 2007.