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First Lady Now a President

Magazine article University Business

First Lady Now a President

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IN A MOVE THAT A CERTAIN FEMALE SENATOR hopes to emulate--going from first lady to president--Pamela Trotman Reid, the wife of Wayne State University (Mich.) President Irvin Reid, has been appointed as the new president of Saint Joseph College (Conn.), effective January 2008.

Presently, Mrs. Reid is the provost and executive vice president at Roosevelt University in Chicago. A developmental psychologist, she has been at the university since July 2004.

Prior to this position, Reid was head of the Women's Studies Program, a professor of education and psychology, and a research scientist at the Institute for Research on Women and Gender at the University of Michigan. Before that, she was a professor of psychology, associate provost and dean for academic affairs, and interim provost at the City University of New York's Graduate Center. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Howard University (D.C.) a master's degree from Temple University (Pa. …

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