PhD, women’s, gender, and sexuality studies; Emory University, 2012
MA, women’s studies, San Diego State University, 2006
BA, English and Spanish, Ohio University, 2001
Angie LaGrotteria is the Associate Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research (serving as the Acting Director for AY 2021–22), the Director of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program at Oberlin College, and a Visiting Assistant Professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies.
In her role as Acting Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research (for AY 2021–22), she works with the Committee on Undergraduate Research to support students seeking research opportunities, students actively engaged in research, and faculty mentoring of students conducting research. We also work to increase the availability of research opportunities for Oberlin students and to ensure equitable access to research.
As Director of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program (MMUF) at Oberlin College, she works with MMUF to support underrepresented students interested in pursuing a PhD in an MMUF-eligible field of study. For two years, selected Mellon Fellows conduct faculty-mentored research and participate in cohort programming.
She teaches a variety of classes in gender, sexuality, and feminist studies, comparative American studies, the First Year Seminar Program, and Learning Lab, including classes on contemporary feminist literature, feminist and queer theory, regional writing and literature of place, and writing and reading skills. She is a certified mediator.
Transforming Conflict: What's at Stake? — FYSP 135