Mr. Lou Osinski will be teaching a new course called Physical and Chemical Systems. Physical and Chemical systems is the replacement class for Academic Chemistry which integrates chemistry and physics.
Osinski chose to teach at Malvern because he wanted to come back to “an all male Augustinian School.”
Osinski had previously taught at Monsignor Bonner for 18 years and at Cardinal O’Hara.
Osinski attended Penn State for undergraduate, where he majored in electrical engineering and later received a graduate degree in education from Drexel University.
Osinski said he is most looking forward to the Augustinian traditions at Malvern.
Osinski’s favorite part of teaching is that he is “always constantly learning.”
“I think I am curious by nature, so I always like to learn new things,” Osinski said.
Osinski said that everyone at Malvern is very helpful. “If you have a question, you can turn and ask somebody, and if they don’t know the answer they will direct you to someone who does,” he said.
He does not have much free time, but when he does he enjoys astronomy as well as tinkering around with computers and electronics.
He is a fan of the Eagles, and he also is the manager of his daughter’s soccer team.
Mr. Osinski is married with two daughters, and a son.