Prof. Whitley-Grassi has been teaching at Niagara University since 2008. He received his BS in Biology with a minor in Anthropology from Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia. He completed his MA in Anthropology and an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior where he studied societal development and social group cohesion. Currently Prof. Whitley-Grassi is completing a PhD in Education focusing on educational technology and social and collaborative learning and group dynamics.
Focus of Teaching
Sociology of Education, Women and Society, Marriage and Family and Research Methods
Social group formation, Cultural development, Digital Anthropology, Sociology of educational systems.