Elizangela Storelli

Elizangela Storelli

Elizangela Storelli

Associate Professor

Sociology of aging, including global population aging and well-being, sociology of family, intergenerational networks of care, gender inequality, and quantitative studies.

Elizangela Storelli is Associate Professor of Sociology at George Mason University. She is also the director of the Sociology MA Program.  She earned her MA in Sociology from American University with an emphasis on global sociology and her Ph.D. in Sociology from Boston College with emphases in aging and family studies. She was an instructor at Boston College before becoming an instructional faculty at GMU.

Storelli teaches a wide range of graduate and undergraduate methodological, substantive and introductory courses, and is engaged with graduate and undergraduate research projects, internship and practicum experiences, and student career development.

She also serves as research lead on several ongoing projects in partnership with local government agencies including Fairfax County Community Interventions to Promote Protective Factors for Older Adult Well-being and Fairfax County Neighborhood & Community Services: Protective Factors for Successful Aging. Storelli also serves as the co-primary investigator for the multi-year evaluation of Fairfax County’s Economic Mobility Pilot.

Courses Taught

SOCI 101: Introductory Sociology

SOCI 120: Globalization and Society

SOCI 303: Methods and Logic of Inquiry

SOCI 309: Contemporary Families and Intimate Relationships

SOCI 313: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

SOCI 320: Globalization and Social Change

SOCI 485: Sociological Analysis and Practice

SOCI 620: Methods and Logic of Social Inquiry