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Angela Baldasare | Assistant Provost for Institutional Research, University of Arizona

Current Position and Past Experience
Dr. Angela Baldasare currently serves as the Assistant Provost for Institutional Research at the University of Arizona (UA), a role she took on in 2014. This followed four years as the founding Director of Divisional Assessment and Research for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at UA.

Before joining the University of Arizona, Baldasare spent ten years in the non-profit and government sector, as a Technical Services Division Director for Pima Prevention Partnership and, before that, as the Director of Community Education Outreach and Evaluation at Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault. During these ten years, Baldasare consulted on a wide range of domestic and international public health projects and tribal initiatives for the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and the Arizona’s Governor’s Office of Children, Youth and Families, the US Department of Justice, and US Department of Health and Human Services.

From 2000-2003, Baldasare served as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Dayton.

Education, Honors and Achievements
Baldasare earned her BA in Sociology and Speech Communications from the University of Denver and her MA in Sociology from the University of Arizona. In 2000, Baldasare earned her PhD in Sociology from the University of Arizona. She considers herself a Wildcat for life.

Personal Details and Community Involvement
Angela is a fan of food, music, travel, art, architecture, and podcasts on biohacking and natural health. When she’s not working, you can most often find her practicing yoga at her local studio. She continually tries, fails, and tries again to maintain a meditation practice.

You can connect to Dr. Baldasare through LinkedIn and on Twitter @angiebinaz.