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academic administrator , psychology professor

Bernadette Gray-Little, American academic administrator, psychology professor. National Institute of Mental Health fellow, 1967-1968, Fulbright fellow, 1970-1971, National Research Council fellow, 1982-1983. Fellow American Psychological Association; member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Gray-Little, Bernadette was born on October 21, 1944 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of James and Rosalie (Lanier) Gray.

Education

Assistant professor psychology, U. North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1971-1976, associate professor, 1976-1982, professor, 1982^, chair department, 1993^. National Institute of Mental Health fellow, 1967-1968. Fulbright fellow, 1970-1971.

National Research Council fellow, 1982-1983.

Career

Assistant professor psychology University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1971-1976, associate professor, 1976-1982, professor psychology, 1982—2009, chair Department Psychology, 1993—1998, senior associate dean undergraduate education, 1999—2001, dean College Arts and Sciences, 2004—2006, executive vice chancellor, provost, 2006—2009. Chancellor University Kansas, since 2009.

Membership

Fellow American Psychological Association. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Shade Keys Little, November 21, 1971. Children: Maura, Mark.

father:
James Gray

mother:
Rosalie (Lanier) Gray

spouse:
Shade Keys Little

child:
Maura Gray-Little

child:
Mark Gray-Little