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Pamela Paul

Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer
Member Type: Administrator
Last Login: Jul 17, 2008
Member Since: Jul 17, 2008

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Primary Affiliation:
  • The Academy for Educational Development (Non-Profit, Other, DC, United States)

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1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20009 US
Professional URL: http://www.aed.org

Skills & Interests

Education History

  • Ph.D. Human Development (06/1983)
    University of Maryland College Park
  • M.S.W. Social Work (12/1975)
    Rutgers University
  • Bachelor's Degree Sociology/Psychology (06/1974)
    Douglass College, Rutgers University

Positions

  • Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer (07/2001 - Current) The Academy for Educational Development
  • Director of Multicultural Affairs (04/1991 - 06/2001) Loyola College in Maryland
  • Assistant Director of Human Relations (03/1985 - 03/1991) University of Maryland College Park

Publications

  • Frank, Jackie (Editor). (2004). Monday Developments in "Making the Case for Diversity" (Vol. 23, #20).
  • McGuiness, I. & Burton, S. (eds.). (2000).  Challenges for the Future: Bringing Together the Educational Initiatives of Service Learning and Curriculum Transformation in Predominantly White Institutions .. Maryland: Loyola College.
  • Border, L. & Van Note Chism, N (eds.),. (1983). Creating Multicultural Classrooms: An Experience-Derived Faculty Development Program (Co-authored), in Teaching For Diversity. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, (No. 49).

Teaching Experience

  • Managing in the Changing Global Workplace (Fall 2000)
    Loyola College in Maryland - Organizational Behavior
    Taught Evening MBA students. Management theories and applications for the changing global workplace using adult learning pedagogical approaches.
  • Managing in the Changing Global Workplace (Summer 2000)
    Loyola College in Maryland - Organizational Behavior
    Taught Evening MBA students. Management theories and applications for the changing global workplace using adult learning pedagogical approaches.
  • Managing in the Changing Global Workplace (Spring 2000)
    Loyola College in Maryland - Organizational Behavior
    Taught Evening MBA students. Management theories and applications for the changing global workplace using adult learning pedagogical approaches.