Dr. Angela Ginorio is an Emerita associate professor in GWSS, and adjunct associate professor in the Departments of Psychology and American Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington-Seattle. She teaches courses on “Women and Science,” “Issues for ethnic minorities and women in science and engineering” and “Women and Violence.”She developed and directed the Rural Girls in Science Program that operated out of the University of Washington from 1992-2006. She just finished work as P.I. of the Sloan Foundation funded Interdisciplinary Social Science Approaches to the Participation of Ethnic Minorities in STEM. Her scholarship focuses on ethnic minorities and women in STEM, access issues in education for Latino/as and first-generation college students, and violence against women. She is a fellow of the American Psychological Association.
Fellowships and Grants
- Rural Girls in Science and Computer Summer Camp. Grant from Paul G. Allen Foundation, October 2000-May 2001.
- Latinas in Education. Award from the American Association of University Women, October 1999-March 2001.
- Rural Girls in Science and Computer Camp. Grant from Microsoft's Community Affairs, June-December 1999.
- National Women's Studies Association, Annual Conference, 2019.
- Angela Ginorio. "Latinos, Gender, and Education." Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education, Banks, J.A. Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA. 2012.
- Angela Ginorio. "Data, Information, and Knowledge: Reframing Narratives about Women of Color in STEM." On Campus with Women. 39.3 (2011).
- Ginorio, A. B.; Lapayese, Y.; Vásquez, M. J. T., (2007), Gender equity for Latina/os, Handbook on Achieving Gender Equity Through Education, Klein, S.; Richardson, B.; Grayson, D. A.; Fox, L. H.; Kramarae, C.; Pollard, D. S.; Dwyer, C. A., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New York City.
Research Advised: Graduate Dissertations
- Rodríguez Coss, Noralis, Ginorio, Angela B., and Yee, Shirley J. Feminist Street Performances in Puerto Rico Alternative Imaginaries Shifting the Ideal(ized) National Body. Seattle]: U of Washington, 2016. Web.
- Castner, Rebecca., and Ginorio, Angela. Manufacturing Identities, Producing Poverty : Criminalizing Poor Women through Welfare Fraud. U of Washington, 2012. Web.
- Knoll, Kristina. Feminist Disability Studies: Theoretical Debates, Activism, Identity Politics, & Coalition Building 73.12 (2013): Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.73(12). Web.
Research Advised: Presentations Projects Publications Essays
- "From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson, Fue el Estado: Indigenous Epistemologies and Transnational Solidarity in Response to State Violence," Decolonial Feminist Praxis: Centering Knowledge and Resistance at the Margins. Eds. Annie I Fukushima and K. Melchor Hall for Democratizing Knowledge Project Fellows. 2021.
- National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference 2018 - November 9, 2018