Annie Nottingham

Annie Nottingham

Annie Nottingham

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Industrial/Organizational Psychology: diversity and inclusion, organizational culture, emotional labor, recovery from work stress

Annie Nottingham earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rhodes College in May of 2021. At Rhodes, Annie investigated the race-based wage gap between Black and White employees in Dr. Matthew Weeks' Social Psychology Lab. She also contributed to research that examined emotional labor among diversity and inclusion professionals in Dr. Kelly Weeks' Business Management Lab. 

In August of 2021, Annie began her career at Mason as a first-year doctoral student in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program working under Dr. Deborah Rupp. As a part of the Rupp Lab, Annie continues to study diversity and inclusion, specifically in relation to employment law. She is interested in the creation of equitable and inclusive workplaces and how legislation can facilitate such development. 

Currently, Annie acts as a Teaching Assistant for Research Methods in the Psychology department where she instructs undergraduates on how to produce and critically consume research.

Education

B.A. Psychology, Rhodes College