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Pamela T. Reid
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Pamela Trotman Reid, Ph.D. She is the eighth President of Saint Joseph College (soon to be University of Saint Joseph). Garnering widespread acclaim from the Greater Hartford community, she initiated and successfully launched the College’s first professional doctoral program, the Doctor of Pharmacy. Under her leadership the size of the graduate program in education tripled with the initiation of off-site classes throughout Connecticut; the program for adult learners was refocused; and undergraduate women’s programs gained increased recognition for excellence and student success. A nationally known scholar in gender and racial issues, she serves on the board of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and the NCAA Division III Presidents Council, as well as boards for local academic and community organizations.

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Small, Private Colleges: Endangered Species?

(0) Comments | Posted May 25, 2012 | 6:19 PM

Recently, another small college closed its doors. It was located in New England, the region of the country with the most rapid decline in youth and most rapid growth in aging populations. It was a college focused on creative writing, the arts and humanities. Although the National Association of Independent...

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Women Leaders Still Face Challenges

(1) Comments | Posted May 8, 2012 | 6:10 PM

Education is a critical aspect in preparing young women for the challenges of the world. This was particularly clear to me when I attended the Women in Public Service Colloquium hosted by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last December in Washington, DC. The participants included former Secretary of State Madeline...

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Value Education

(0) Comments | Posted April 18, 2012 | 2:35 PM

Walking across my beautiful campus in West Hartford, Conn., after a week of summer-like weather, I was not focused on the blooming jonquils or budding weeping willows, but instead on the greeting I planned to deliver to 150 prospective students -- young women from diverse ethnic, economic, and religious backgrounds...

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