Scholarly Presentations, Publications & Awards


​INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Larde, P. (2014, May)
​Increasing the success rate of African American and Latino First-Generation College Students.
Webinar for Innovative Educators.

Larde, P. & Hicks, K. (2014, March)
​Empowerment through reintegration: Understanding trauma as it relates to
nurturing self-motivation, hope, and relationship-building in returning service members.
​Showcase presentation for American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Larde, P. (2014, March)
​A W.I.L.D. discussion about self-love, life purpose, and leadership: Women in
leadership and diversity.
​Phi Beta Sigma Convention. New York.

Larde, P. (2014, Feb)
Journaling a vision for the future.
​Authentic Birth Center and Wellness Collective,
Milwaukee, WI.

Larde, P. (2013, Dec)
​Graduating to the working world! Mercer University.
​Masters in Higher Education
internship class.

Larde, P. (2013, November)
​Love your life: The power of inspiration.
​Authentic Birth Center and Wellness
Collective, Milwaukee, WI.

Larde, P. (2013, November)
​The author’s business plan: Developing your book launch plan.
​Booklogix, Alpharetta, GA.

Larde, P. (2013, October)
Empowerment through reintegration: Understanding trauma as it relates to nurturing self
-motivation, hope, and relationship-building in returning service members.
​Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Unspoken Wounds statewide conference (DBHDD), Savannah, GA.

Larde, P. (2013, September)
​How parents of Latino first-generation students contribute
​to the pursuit of higher education.
​Webinar for Innovative Educators.

Larde, P. (2013, September)
​Moving past the hurt. Cornerstone of Faith Missionary Church
Women’s Conference.
​Gainesville, GA.

Larde, P. (2013, July)
​Act like a writer, think like an entrepreneur: The business side of authorship.
Booklogix, Alpharetta, GA.

Larde, P. (2012, September)
Increasing the success rate of African American and
Latino First-Generation College Students.
Webinar for Innovative Educators.

Larde, P. (2012 – April, May, June, August)
Empowerment through reintegration: Nurturing motivation, relationship
building and hope in returning service members.
Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Services.


ACCEPTED CONFERENCE PROPOSALS

Larde, P., Shepherd, S., & Anderson, R. (2015, March)
​Operation WIN - Life Coach Training for the Student
Affairs Professional.
​Full-day Pre-Conference Colloquia at the
​American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference, Tampa, FL.


Larde, P. (2015, March)
​How Students Deal with Heartbreak-Related Depression and Unhealthy Relationships.

General Session at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference,
​Tampa, FL.


Larde, P. (2015, March)
​Fix their lives! Life coaching skills for the student affairs professional.
​ General Session at the
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference,
​Tampa, FL.


Larde, P. (2014, October)
​How Students Deal with Heartbreak-Related Depression and Unhealthy Relationships.

General Session at the Georgia College Personnel Association (GCPA) regional conference,
​Atlanta, GA.


Larde, P. & Shepherd, S. (2014, October)
​Fix their lives! Life coaching skills for the student affairs professional.

General Session at the Georgia College Personnel Association (GCPA) regional conference,
​Atlanta, GA.


Larde, P. (2013, March)
​Empowerment through reintegration: Understanding trauma ​as it relates to
​nurturing self-
motivation, hope, and relationship-building in returning service members. Paper session at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference,
​L​as Vegas, NV


Larde, P. (2013, March)
​Empowerment through reintegration: Understanding trauma as it relates to
​nurturing self-
motivation, hope, and relationship-building in returning service members. Paper session at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference,
​Las Vegas, NV


Larde, P. & Hicks, K. (2013, October)
​Empowerment through reintegration: Understanding trauma as it relates to

nurturing self-motivation, hope, and relationship-building in returning service members. Georgia College Personnel Association (GCPA), Brunswick, GA

Larde, P. (2013, October)
​How students deal with heartbreak-related depression and unhealthy relationships.

Georgia College Personnel Association (GCPA), Brunswick, GA.

Larde, P., Burnley, T., Washington-Bass, K. (2013, February)
​The Juggling Act: Love, Little Ones, and Lit
Reviews.
​Mercer University Leadership Academy, Atlanta, GA.


Larde, P. (2013, February)
​Increasing the success rate of African American first-generation college students.
​Paper
session at First Year Experience annual conference. Orlando, FL.

Larde, P. (2013, March)
​College predisposition model for first-generation college students.
​Poster session at the
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference,
​Las Vegas, NV.


Larde, P. (2013, March)
​Empowerment through reintegration: Understanding trauma as it relates to
​nurturing self-
motivation, hope, and relationship-building in returning service members. Paper session at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference, Las Vegas, NV

Larde, P. (2012, September)
​We who hold the keys: How to nurture success in first-generation students.
​SRCEA, New
Orleans, LA.

Larde, P. (2011, October)
​Nurturing the strengths of first-generation students.
 Georgia Educational Research
Association, Savannah, GA.

Larde, P. (2011, March)
​Success factors for doctoral students.
​Mercer University Doctoral Saturday Seminars,
Atlanta, GA.

Larde, P., McCallum, C., Payne-Gold, S. (2010, March)
​Success strategies for doctoral students of color.
​ Pre-
conference workshop at the national conference for
​the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators, Chicago, IL.


​Larde, P. (2010, March)
​Understanding the strengths of first-generation students as a strategy for nurturing success.

Presentation at the conference for the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators, Chicago, IL.

Larde, P. (2010, March)
​Success strategies for doctoral students of color.
​ Presentation at the national conference for
the American College Personnel Association, Boston, MA.

Larde, P. (2010, March)
​Understanding the strengths of first-generation students as a strategy for nurturing success.

Showcase presentation at the conference for the American College Personnel Association,
​Boston, MA.


Larde, P. (2010, March)
​Impact of family support on Latino first-generation students.
​Presentation at the conference for the American College Personnel Association, Boston, MA.


Larde, P., Miller, L. (2009, December)
​Understanding the strengths of first-generation students as a strategy for
nurturing success.
​Roundtable discussion at the Multicultural Institute for the
​ National Association for Student Personnel Administrators, Houston, TX.


Larde, P. (2009, October)
​Understanding the strengths of first-generation students as a strategy for nurturing success.

Presentation at the conference for the Wisconsin College Personnel Association,
​Wisconsin Dells, WI.


Larde, P. (2009, May)
​Factors that motivate first-generation students to pursue a college education. Presentation at the

National Conference of Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education, San Diego, CA.

Larde, P., Cadet, C., Moore, D. (2009, April)
​Civil rights pilgrimage: A hands-on approach for fostering cross-cultural
dialogue.
​Presentation at the American College Personnel Association national conference,
​Washington, DC.


Larde, P. (2009, April)
​Factors that motivate first-generation students to pursue a college education:
​Nurturing their
strengths for college success.
​Presentation at the American College Personnel Association national conference,
​Washington, DC.


Larde, P. (2009, March)
​Factors that motivate first-generation students to pursue a college education:
​Nurturing their
strengths for college success.
​Presentation at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators national conference​​​,
​Seattle, WA.


Lundberg, C.A., Helsel, K.K., Murphy, M.M. & Larde, P. (2004, April)
​First generation students: Succeeding in
10,000 different ways.
​Presentation at the American College Personnel Association national conference,
​Minneapolis, MN.



PUBLICATIONS

Larde, P. (2015, In press)
​"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."

Larde, P. (2015, in press)
​How students deal with heartbreak-related depression and unhealthy Relationships.

Academic Exchange Quarterly Review.

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

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. (Spring, 2013)
​ BAMN! The 6th Circuit Strikes Down Michigan’s Proposal 2.
​SCREA
Journal.

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.


AWARDS & RECOGNITION

Showcase Presenter at ACPA national conference, 2015

Peach of a Program Award (Best Presentation) for session at GCPA conference, 2014

Author of the Year Award – Lady of Purpose Network, 2014

 Distinguished Alumni Award for Professional Achievement – Cardinal Stritch, 2013

​USA Best Book Award for Cover Design (Finalist) – Letters to the Brokenhearted, 2013


​USA Best Book Award for Non-Fiction (Finalist) – Letters to the Brokenhearted, 2013


​Beach Book Award (Honorable Mention) – Letters to the Brokenhearted, 2013


​ACPA Foundation - Research Grant, 2008 and 2013

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 Featured as Showcase Presenter at ACPA national conference, 2010

​Awarded “Best in Show” for presentation at WCPA conference, 2009


​Best Service Plan – Marquette University Business Plan Competition, 2008


​Best Live Presentation – Marquette University Business Plan Competition, 2008


​Ignatian Award for Outstanding New Professional in Jesuit Student Affairs, J
​esuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators & Marquette University, 2005


​Journalism Department Head Award for Leadership in Journalism, Cal Poly, 2000


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​​RESEARCH STUDIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EDUCATING MULTICULTURAL COLLEGE STUDENTS

Dr. Pamela Antoinette is the author of Chapter Two: ​Inspired to be the First: How African American First-Generation Students are Predisposed to Pursue Higher Education​​

​​Book Synopsis:

​​The chapter authors provide important recommendations for university administrators, faculty, and staff in supporting the academic, personal, and social adjustment of college life for African American, first-generation, undecided, and
​non-traditional college students.

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