Phillip J. Bowman
Faculty Associate, RCGD
- 426 Thompson St
Philip Bowman's scholarship focuses on diversity issues in research methodology, higher education and public policy; social psychological issues in racial/ethnic disparities, and African American Studies. He is an active national and international lecturer and consultant on diversity issues in research methodology, higher education and public policy. Dr. Bowman is the director of the Diversity Research and Policy Program, which was launched in 2008 with funding from the National Institutes of Health, while Professor Bowman was founding director of the National Center for Institutional Diversity (2006-2013), a national think-tank for bridging innovative scholarship with policy-relevant social change. Since 2013, DRPP's research agenda continues to expand through new strategic alliances with the School of Education and the Institute for Social Research.
- St John, Edward P., and Phillip J. Bowman. 2014. "Race neutrality and diversity in graduate and professional education." PF Felder & EP St. John, Supporting graduate students in the 21st century: implications for policy and practice. Readings on equal education 27.
- Mendenhall, Ruby, Phillip J. Bowman, and Libin Zhang. 2013. "Single Black Mothers' Role Strain and Adaptation across the Life Course." Journal of African American Studies 17(1): 74-98.
- Bowman, Phillip J. 2013. "A Strengths-Based Social Psychological Approach to Resiliency: Cultural Diversity, Ecological, and Life Span Issues." Pp. 299-324 in Resilience in Children, Adolescents, and Adults, edited by Sandra Prince-Embury, Donald H. Saklofske. Springer.