Joseph DiGrazia


I have designed and taught methodological and substantive courses at Indiana University and Dartmouth College in a number of departments at both the undergraduate and graduate-level. At the undergraduate-level I have taught Introduction to Sociology and Statistics for Sociology in the Department of Sociology at IU and Analytical Problem Solving: Statistical Models for Decision Making in Business in IU’s Liberal Arts and Management Program. At the graduate-level I have taught lab sessions for a course on regression and regression diagnostics as well as several day long Indiana Intensive Didactic Seminars (IIDS) on statistical computing in Stata. Additionally, I was a recipient of the Indiana University Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning Graduate Service-Learning Fellowship for 2012-2013 - a program designed to help graduate instructors develop courses that incorporate elements of service-learning. At Dartmouth College, I have taught Political Sociology, in the Department of Sociology.

Teaching Experience (Click links for syllabi):


Courses Taught at Dartmouth College:
Sociology 21: Political Sociology - a survey course on topics in political sociology

Courses Taught at Indiana University:
Lamp 316: Analytical Problem Solving - an undergraduate service-learning course in statistics, taught in the Liberal Arts and Management Program

Sociology 371: Statistics for Sociology - an undergraduate introductory statistics course.

Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology - an undergraduate introductory sociology course.


Sociology 554: Statistical Techniques for Sociology I (Lab Session) - a graduate-level course on regression and regression diagnostics

Statistical Computing in Stata - a one day graduate-level seminar on statistical computing in Stata.

Sociological Research Practicum (co-instructor) - a course on research practice for first year graduate students