Robin Angotti, Professor


Robin Angotti is a Professor of Mathematics. She is a National Board Certified Teacher in Adolescent and Young Adulthood Mathematics and has over 30 years teaching experience at the high school, community college, undergraduate and graduate levels. Before coming to UW Bothell in 2007, Dr. Angotti was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Math, Science & Technology Education and the Assistant Director for the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education at East Carolina University. In her free time, Dr. Angotti enjoys riding bikes, kayaking, skiing and roaming the wild lands of the majestic Cascade Mountains.


Throughout her career, the focus of Dr. Angotti’s research has been studying the way people learn mathematics. Specifically, she is interested in the way students utilize mathematical representations such as graphs, equations and numerical representations as tools to solve problems. She has concentrated her research on statistics education and College Algebra. Currently, Dr. Angotti is studying the impact of group discourse on how students wield multiple representations of mathematical concepts and the connections that they make between these alternate representational forms.


North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina

  • Ph.D. – Mathematics Education; Minor – Statistics

East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina

  • M.S. – Mathematics

East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina

  • B.S. – Mathematics