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October 2010

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ANGIE L. ANDRIOT
Department of Sociology 1912 DePauw Ave.
Purdue University New Albany, IN 47305
700 West State Street 765-760-4569 (cell)
West Lafayette, IN 47907 aandriot@purdue.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D Purdue University, Sociology, expected spring 2011
Dissertation: “Gender and Engineering Identity Development Among
Undergraduate Majors”
Committee: Timothy Owens (chair), Viktor Gecas, Sarah Mustillo,
Monica Cox
M.A. Ball State University, Sociology, 2006
M.A. Ball State University, Social Science Education, 2005
B.S. Ball State University, Art Education (Honors Diploma), 1999

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Self & Identity, Sociology of Education, Gender & Science

TEACHING INTERESTS
Social Theory, Statistics, Social Psychology, Inequality, Research Methodology

HONORS AND AWARDS
2009-2010 Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School, Purdue University
2008 NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant
2008-2009 Research Fellowship, Purdue Research Foundation Grant, Purdue University
2007 Graduate Student Paper Award, Department of Sociology, Purdue University
1995 Presidential Scholarship, Ball State University

RESEARCH GRANTS
2005 Joseph W. and Marcella S. Hollis Fund Grant, Ball State University
2005 Graduate Student Research Grant, Ball State University
2005 Research Grant, American Institute of Bisexuality
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PUBLICATIONS
Straughn, Jeremy B. and Angie Andriot. [forthcoming]. “Civic Patriotism and Democratic
Citizenship: Unpacking the Education Effects on Political Involvement.” Sociological
Forum

Cox, Monica and Angie Andriot. 2009. “Mentor and Undergraduate Students’ Comparisons of
Undergraduate Students’ Research Skills.” Journal of STEM Education 10: 31-9.

Andriot, Angie. 2007. “A Comparative Analysis of Existing Standards for High School
Sociology Curricula.” Teaching Sociology 35:17-30.

WORKS IN PROGRESS
Cox, Monica and Angie Andriot. “Engineering Students’ Motivations for Engaging in
Undergraduate Research: Extrinsic or Intrinsic?” Revise and Resubmit. International
Journal of Engineering Education

Andriot, Angie and Elizabeth Sternke. “Guilty with and Explanation: The Case of the Modern
Confession Narrative.” Revise and Resubmit. Symbolic Interaction

Loftus, Jeni and Angie Andriot. “That’s What Makes a Woman: Infertility and Coping With a
Failed Life Course Transition.” Under Review. Advances in Life Course Research

Owens, Timothy J., Omolola A. Adedokun, and Angie Andriot. “A Further Examination of the
Reciprocal Effects of Self-Esteem and Adolescent Problems.” In progress.

PRESENTATIONS
2010 Cox, Monica and Angie Andriot. ““Engineering Students’ Motivations for
Engaging in Undergraduate Research: Extrinsic or Intrinsic?” Paper
presented at American Society for Engineering Education, annual meeting,
Louisville, KY.

2008 Andriot, Angie. “Linking the Sociology Curriculum to State Social Studies
Standards.” Teaching about Inequality in Society: A Workshop for High
School Sociology Teachers. Workshop held at North Central Sociological
Association, annual meeting, Cincinnati, OH.

2008 Andriot, Angie. “Confessions of the Body as an Object of Everyday Experience.”
Paper presented at American Sociological Association annual meeting,
Boston, MA.

2007 Andriot, Angie. “Nerd, Thug, or Player? Group Membership and Adolescent
Identity.” Paper presented at American Sociological Association, annual
meeting, New York, NY.
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2006 Andriot, Angie. “Perceptions of Group Homogeneity within Adolescent Crowds:
The Interactive Role of Race.” Paper presented at American Sociological
Association, annual meeting, Montreal, Quebec.

2006 Andriot, Angie and Tracey Randolph. “Gender and Sexuality in Penthouse
Magazine: A Sexual Scripting Approach.” Paper presented at North
Central Sociological Association, annual meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

2005 Andriot, Angie. “Social Control Theory and Adolescent Delinquency.” Paper
presented at American Sociological Association, annual meeting,
Philadelphia, PA.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2009-present Instructor, University of Louisville
Courses Taught: Social Theory, Diversity & Inequality, Social Problems,
Introduction to Sociology

2009-present Instructor, Indiana University Southeast
Courses Taught: Social Problems

2007-2008 Instructor, Purdue University
Courses Taught: Introductory Sociology

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2007-2009 Research Investigator, Purdue University Department of Chemical Engineering,
Principal Investigator: Monica F. Cox.
Project: Design, Application, Analysis, and Control of Interfaces
(DAACI) Assessment
Activities: Develop and implement research design including individual
interviews and survey, code and analyze data, collaborated in manuscript
preparation
2008 Research Assistant, Purdue University Department of Sociology, Principal
Investigator: Jeremy B. Straughn
Project: Civic Patriotism and Democratic Citizenship: Unpacking the
Education Effects on Political Involvement
Activities: Participated in developing conceptual framework; prepared and
analyzed data using SPSS, collaborated in manuscript preparation
2006 Research Assistant, Purdue University Department of Engineering Education,
Principal Investigator: Monica F. Cox
Project: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Assessment
Activities: Code and analyze quantitative and qualitative data using SPSS
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PROFESSIONAL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE
2006-present reviewer, Journal of Sex Research, Teaching Sociology, Sociological Inquiry
2005-2006 Student Representative, Graduate Certificate Think Tank, Ball State University

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Sociological Association
North Central Sociological Association
Sociologists for Women in Society