Ángel A. Toledo-López
Ángel A. Toledo-López, PhD., J.D.
Dr. Angel A. Toledo-López completed his Ph.D. in Political Science at the Pennsylvania State University where he majored in American Politics, Research Methodology, and Comparative Politics. He attended the Institute of Survey Research at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and was co-primary investigator of Puerto Rico’s second wave of the World Values Survey that is conducted from the University of Michigan. After completing his Ph.D., Dr. Toledo-López pursued a law degree from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law, and obtained his Juris Doctor in 2006. He worked both as a full time professor at the Universidad del Este in Carolina, Puerto Rico, and as a litigating attorney, until he relocated to the state of Maryland. He is currently the Academic Director of Ana G. Méndez University System – Capital Area Campus where innovative teaching methods are used in the implementation of the System’s Discipline-Based Dual Language Immersion Model®. He facilitates social sciences, statistics, and criminal justice courses, and trains faculty members in processes and techniques related to the Dual Language Immersion Model. His most recent publications and his research interests run a gamut of topics that include political psychology; perception and conduct of actors in the judicial system; research methodology; and language acquisition among adults.