Dr. Tanetha Grosland
Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Dr. Tanetha Grosland is an assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies in the College of Education at the University of South Florida. Prior to education, she was a successful political scientist on Capitol Hill. She was a staff assistant focused on press relations and legislative research in Washington, D.C. in the United States Senate on Capitol Hill for the late Senator Rod Grams (R-Minnesota) then in St. Paul for the late Congressman Bruce Vento (D-Minnesota, 4th Congressional District).
Dr. Grosland holds three degrees from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities: a bachelor's degree in political science, a master's degree in elementary and social science education, and a Ph.D. in culture and teaching.
Generally, Dr. Grosland's research focuses on politics, emotions, and the relationship between the two. Her study on classroom experiences in higher education where race and racism are topics of study remains the cornerstone of her scholarship. She teaches graduate courses in curriculum, politics, and policy.