Ph.D.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2006
- Joint Program in Psychology and Women’s Studies
M.S. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2004, Personality Psychology
M.A. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 2000, Women’s Studies
B.A. State University of New York at Oswego, Oswego, NY, 1995
August 2009 - Received the Society for the Psychology of Women, Division 35 of the American Psychological Association's Mary Roth Walsh Teaching the Psychology of Women Award for outstanding teaching strategies including innovative approaches to increase diversity in teaching the psychology of women.
August 2009 - Received the Association for Women in Psychology Distinguished Publication Award for an article published in a special issue of the journal Sex Roles Intersectionality of Social Identities: A Gender Perspective,(edited by Stephanie Shields).
Dottolo, A.L. (submitted for publication). Wops & WASPS: Using The Sopranos to teach about race and racism. To appear in The Essential Sopranos Reader (in the series the Essential Readers in Media and Culture). University Press of Kentucky.
Dottolo, A.L. & Stewart, A.J. (submitted for publication). “I never think about my race”: Psychological features of white racial identities. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology.
Dottolo, A.L. & Stewart, A.J. (2008). “‘Don’t ever forget now, you’re a Black man in America’: Intersections of race, class and gender in encounters with the police.” Sex Roles, 59, 350-364.
Stewart, A.J. & Dottolo, A.L. (2006). Feminist psychology. Signs: Journal of women in culture and society, 31(2), 493-509.
Stewart, A.J. & Dottolo, A.L. (2005). Socialization to the academy: Coping with competing social identities. In Downey, G., Dweck, C., Eccles, J. & Chatman, C. (Eds.), Navigating the future: Social identity, coping and life tasks, (pp. 167-187). New York: Russell Sage.