Trained as a Political Scientist and Sociologist with in depth experience in research, project management and community development, Rosaria has been an Associate Lecturer for the Open University since 2008. She is also Visiting Researcher for the Department of Wellbeing, Languages and Sport (WELS), Lecturer representative at Production teams and STEM consultant.
She is currently teaching the following courses:
- TD223 International Development: Making sense of a changing world (Undergraduate – Faculty of Social Sciences)
- K240 Mental Health and Community (Undergraduate – Faculty of Health and Social Care)
- DD211 Understanding Politics: Ideas and Institutions in the Modern World (Undergraduate – Faculty of Social Sciences)
Since 2013, she has worked as specialist qualitative researcher for the OU in various projects involving the role of women professionals in STEM careers.
If you are interested in these courses and the degrees they lead to, please visit the OU Website for further information.