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Pamela A. Larde

Assistant Professor of Education

Pamela A. Larde

Education

B.S., California Polytechnic State University, 2000; M.Ed., Azusa Pacific University, 2004; Ph.D., Cardinal Stritch University, 2009.

Biography

Dr. Pamela Larde is a professor of qualitative research and certified life coach.  Her research focuses on interpersonal relationships, self-motivation, inspiration, resilience, and post-traumatic growth. She facilitates speaking engagements and training sessions for audiences across the country. Additionally, she has written three books and contributed chapters to four others. The bulk of Dr. Larde’s career has been spent in higher education, where she has twelve years of professional experience. As a student affairs professional, she received training in suicide prevention, motivational interviewing, and substance abuse counseling.

Publications

Larde, P. (2015). "Dodge, deny, detract: Strategies employed by first-generation students of color to resist stereotype threat and discrimination during the early stages of racial identity development." In High School to College Transition: First-Year College Student Research Studies. Eds. Hicks & Pitre. University Press of America.

Larde, P. (2015). How students deal with heartbreak-related depression and unhealthy Relationships. Academic Exchange Quarterly Review, Spring 2015.

Larde, P. (2015). Powerful questioning: Coaching techniques for student affairs professionals. Academic Exchange Quarterly Review, Spring 2015.

Larde, P. (2014). Misconceptions of family support among first-generation African American and Mexican American students who pursue higher education. In College student-efficacy research studies. Eds. Hicks & Pitre. University Press of America.

Larde, P. (2013). Letters to the brokenhearted. Tandem Light Press, Atlanta, GA.

Jenkins, K and Larde, P. (2013). BAMN! The 6th Circuit Strikes Down Michigan’s Proposal 2. SCREA Journal upcoming spring 2013 issue.

Larde, P. (2013). How African American first-generation students make it to college. In Research studies in higher education: Educating multicultural students. Eds. Hicks & Pitre. University Press of America.

Larde, P. (2012). Empowerment through reintegration: A handbook for nurturing motivation, relationship building and hope in returning service members. Tandem Light Press, Atlanta, GA.