Pamela Trotman Reid, PhD
Dr. Reid's research interests include the socialization of gender and ethnicity, particularly in children; family, school, and comunity contexts of child development; and the effects of stress and social support on child development.
- Provost and Executive Vice President, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL
- PhD, 1975, University of Pennsylvania
- Reid, P. T., Lewis, L., & Flores, R. (2001). Preparing for diversity in college teaching. In L. Prieto & S. Meyers (Eds.), The teaching assistant training handbook: How to prepare TAs for their responsibilities (pp. 173-184). Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press.
- Reid, P. T., & Vianna, E. (2001). Negotiating partnerships: Research on poverty with community-based agencies. Journal of Social Issues, 57, 339-356.
- Reid, P. T. & Zalk, S. R. (2001). Academic environments: Gender and ethnicity in U.S. higher education. In Worrell, J. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of women and gender (pp.29-42). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
- Reid, P. T. (2002). Multicultural psychology: Bringing together gender and ethnicity. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 8, 103-114.
- Reid, P. T. & Roberts, S. K. (in press). Gaining options: A mathematics program for potentially talented at-risk adolescent girls. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly.