A. UNIVERSITY DEGREES

Ph.D.  1982     University of Massachusetts, Amherst       
                               Major area: Social Psychology

                            Minor areas: Interpersonal relationships and attributions

M. S.   1979     University of Massachusetts, Amherst
                               Major area: Social Psychology

B. A.   1975      University of Wisconsin, Madison
                               Major: Psychology


B. PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

2002 - present   State University of New York at Potsdam

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Psychology

Feb. - Mar. '06  Officer In Charge


1999 - 2002       Long Island University, Southampton and Brookville, NY

2001 - 2002   University Dean for Learning and Technology and Professor of Psychology

1999 - 2001   Dean of Academic Affairs of Southampton College and Professor of Psychology
             

1993 - 1999       Lawrence University, Appleton, WI

1998 (Jan-Aug)     Acting Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Psychology (Jan.-Aug.)   

1993 - 1999          Associate Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Psychology


1982 - 1993      Franklin Pierce College, Rindge, NH

1990 - 1993          Professor of Psychology
                   
1991 (Jan-July)    Acting Chair, Division of Behavioral Science (Jan.-July)

1986 - 1990          Assistant to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of  Psychology
          
1982 - 1986          Assistant Professor of Psychology

Other Part-Time Positions

1990 - 1992   Adjunct Professor, Friedt School of Business, Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
                          Dissertation adviser to one doctoral candidate.
1979 - 1981   Instructor, Division of Social Sciences, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA
1979 - 1982   Instructor, Division of Continuing Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
1976 - 1982   Teaching Assistant or Teaching Associate, Psychology Department, University of Massachusetts

Courses Taught:

At SUNY Potsdam
Research Methods in Women's and Gender Studies (4)

At prior institutions:
Introduction to Psychology (19 sections)
Social Psychology (16)
Developmental Psychology (9)
Physiological Psychology (6)
Psychology of Gender (7)
Introduction to Women's Studies (4)
Theories of Personality (4)
Tests and Measurements (3)
Experimental Social Psychology (3)
Child Psychology (3)
Psychology of Consciousness (3)
Freshman Seminar (3)
American Karate and Self-Defense for Beginners (2)
Psychology as a Social Science (1)
College 101 (1)
Research Methods in Psychology (1)
 

C. GRANTS AND AWARDS

2008              Sue Rosenberg Zalk Award for Distinguished Service to the Society for the Psychology of Women 
                              (Division 35 of the American Psychological Association)
2004              Elected to Membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society
1997              Elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association
1993 - 1996   Lawrence University faculty research grants to support research on reproductive events
1991 - 1992   Grant from the Jaspar and Marion Whiting Foundation for project entitled "The life course of reproductive
                               events"
1991              Sears Foundation Teaching Excellence Award
1986              Voted Faculty Member of the Year by the Faculty of Franklin Pierce College
1984 - 1986   Grant entitled "Psychological reactions to miscarriages" received from NIMH, ADAMHA Small Grants
                               Program
1983              Received Behavioral Science faculty merit award, Franklin Pierce College
1980              Distinguished Teaching Associate Award, 1979-1980, received from the Council of Undergraduate
                               Students in Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
1977 - 1978   Recipient of NIMH Experimental Training Grant


D. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Psychological Association
Society for the Psychology of Women (APA Division 35)
Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division 2)
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (APA Division 8)
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (APA Division 9)
Society for the Advancement of Social Psychology
American Association of University Women
 

E. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2009-2011    Board of Educational Affairs, American Psychological Association.  Chair, 2011.  Board liaison to
                                Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges (2009-2010).
2011              Chair, Education Leadership Conference, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.
                      Prepared Continuing Education questions for unit on Gender and Leadership in Higher Education for the
                                Feminist Psychology Institute of the Society for the Psychology of Women.
2010-2011     Middle States Commission on Higher Education; Reaccreditation Visiting Team Member for
                                Millersville University and West Chester University.
2009-2010     Member SUNY Advisory Committee on SUNY Assessment Initiative
                      Member SUNY Budget Task Force
                      Member SUNY Provost and Vice Chancellor Search Committee
2008              Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Periodic Program reviewer for California University (PA)
                                 and Loch Haven University
2008-2010     Co-chair Strategic Planning Task Force, Chair Sue Rosenberg Zalk Awards Committee, Parliamentarian,
                                 Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35 of American Psychological Association)
2007 - 2008    Reviewer of Applications for High-needs Nursing Program Grants, SUNY Provost’s Office,
                       Participant, Leadership Workshop for Senior Administrators in SUNY, Rensalearville, NY.,
                       Member SUNY Advisory Committee to the Governor’s Commission on Higher Education
                       Parliamentarian, Society for the Psychology of Women 
2006 - 2007   Chair, SUNY Chief Academic Officers Association (Executive Committee Member 2005-2010)
2004 - 2008   Co-chair Strategic Planning Task Force, Society for the Psychology of Women
2002 - 2005   President (and –elect and past), Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35 of the American
                                   Psychological Association); Co-chair Publications and Products Committee.
2004 - 2005   Advisory Task Force on Honors Programs, State University of New York
2003 - 2004   Task Force on Off-campus Instruction, NY State Department of Education
2003 - 2004   Reviewer for F.L. Geis Memorial Award, Society for the Psychology of Women
2001              Participant, Creating a Web-Enhanced or Online Course (40 hour online workshop on using WebCT, Long 
                                     Island University - Brooklyn).
2000 - 2002   Member, American Psychological Association’s Introductory Textbook Diversity Guidelines Task Force
1993 - 2003   Treasurer for American Psychological Association's Division 35 (Psychology of Women).
2000 - 2002   Member, Joint APA Division 35/2 Task Force Enhancing the College Experience: Helping Students Thrive.
1995 - 1999   Consultant-Evaluator, North Central Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of
                                     Higher Education.  On visiting team for 3 colleges:  Augustana (IL), Missouri Baptist, Hendrix
1998              Reviewer of programs for the National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Newport Beach, CA.
1992 - 1996   Co-Chair, Task Force on Representation in the Curriculum, APA Division 35.
1993               Participant, National Conference on Feminist Training and Practice, Sponsored by APA Division 35 at
                                      Boston College.
1991 - 1993    Secretary for APA Division 35 (Psychology of Women).
1992 - 1993    Member, Committee on Secondary and Undergraduate Education, APA Division 2 (Teaching of
                                      Psychology).
1992               Supervisor for internship at Women's Crisis Services of the Monadnock Region, Antioch New England
                                      Graduate School, Keene, NH
1989 - 1990    Participant, Management Institute, Higher Education Resource Services, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA.
1988 - 1991    Various roles APA, Division 35:  Membership Chair convention program reviewer, Chair of convention paper session, Liaison to
                                      APA's Board for Social and Ethical Responsibility in Psycholoy; convention program reviewer, APA. Division 2.


F. EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES

2009-2010      Reviewer for Psychology of Women Quarterly
1996 - 1997    Co-editor of special issue of Psychology of Women Quarterly entitled "Integrating Gender and Ethnicity into Psychology Courses," 
                                 22(1) March 1998.
1990-1992      On Editorial Board for Initiatives
1992-2003      Editorial Board of Psychological Record
1986-2006     Reviewed manuscripts for Teaching of Psychology, Perceptual and Motor Skills, Psychology of Women Quarterly, Consulting and
                                 Clinical Psychology, and Journal of Social and Personal Relationships


G. PUBLICATIONS

Madden, M.E. (2011).  Gender stereotypes and higher education leadership.  Wagadu:  A Journal of Transnational Women and Gender Studies, 9,
          55-88.
Madden, M.E. (2011).  Administrative leadership styles.  In Barbara J. Bank (Ed.), Gender and Higher Education (pp. 323-329).  Johns Hopkins
          University Press.
Madden, M.E. (2007). Leadership styles.  In Barbara J. Banks (Ed.), Gender and Education: An Encyclopedia, Volume 2 (pp. 669-675).  Westport,
          CT: Praeger.
Madden, M.E. (2007.) Strategic planning: Gender, collaborative leadership, and organizational change.  In J. Chin, B. Lott, J. Rice, and J.
          Sanchez-Hucles, Women and leadership: Feminist visions and diverse voices (pp. 192-208). Blackwell Press.
Madden, M.E. (2007). Strategic planning the feminist way.  The Feminist Psychologist: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women,
          34
(1), 16-17.
Madden, M.E. (2005). Gender and leadership in higher education.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 29(1), 3-14.
Madden, M.E. (2003). Planning for distance learning: Issues and strategies.  Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 4(3), 254-281. (On
          line at http://www.jbam.org/Articles/vol4_no3.htm.)
Madden, M. E. (2002).  The transformative leadership of women in higher education administration.  In J. DiGeorgio-Lutz (Ed.), Women in higher
          education: Empowering change
(pp.115-145). Greenwood Press.
Madden, M. E. (1999). Recognizing our students: Enhancing inclusion in the psychology curriculum.  Pp. 113-126 in M. McCoy & J. DiGeorgio-Lutz
          (Eds.), The woman-centered university: Interdisciplinary perspectives.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Madden, M. E., & Hyde, J. S. (Eds.) (1998).  Integrating gender and ethnicity into psychology courses [Special issue].  Psychology of Women
          Quarterly
, 22(1).
Madden, M. E., & Hyde, J. S. (1998).  Integrating gender and ethnicity into psychology courses.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22, 1-12.
Madden, M. E., & Russo, N. F. (1997).  Women in the curriculum: Psychology.  Towson, MD: National Center for Curriculum Transformation
          Resources on Women. (Also available from ERIC, #ED432979)
Chin, J. L., Russo, N. F., Bloom, J., Felicio, D., Madden, M., Enns, C. Z., Stiglitz, E., Rozee, P., & Simi, N.  (1997). Feminist curriculum
          development: Principles and resources. In J. Worell & N.G. Johnson, Shaping the future of feminist psychology (pp. 93-120).  Washington,
          DC: American Psychological Association.
Madden, M. E. & Sokol, T. J.  (1997). Teaching women self-defense: Pedagogical issues.  Feminist Teacher, 11(2), 133-151.
Madden, M. E. (1995).  Perceived vulnerability and control of martial arts and physical fitness students.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 80, 899-919.
Madden, M. E.  (1994). The variety of emotional reactions to miscarriage. Women and Health, 21(2/3), 85-103.
Madden, M. E., & Sokol, T. J.  (1994). Empowering women: A feminist analysis of self-defense courses.  Initiatives, 56(1), 23-28.
Madden, M. E. (1990). Attributions of control and vulnerability at the beginning and end of a karate class.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 70,
          787-794.
Madden, M. E. (1988). Internal and external attributions following miscarriage. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 7(2/3), 113-121.
Madden, M. E., Woods, S. M., Dares-Hobbs, S., & Collins, J. (1987).  Perceived control and student involvement in campus activities. Journal of
          College Student Personnel
, 28, 370-371.
Madden, M. E. (1987).  Perceived control and power in marriage: A study of marital decision making and task performance.  Personality and Social
          Psychology Bulletin
, 13, 73-82.
Shimabakuro, J., Feldman, R. S., & Madden, M. E.  (1985).  Instructor's manual to accompany Feldman: Social Psychology, Theories, research
          and applications
.  New York: McGraw-Hill.
Janoff-Bulman, R., Madden, M. E., & Timko, C.  (1983). Victims' reactions to aid: The role of perceived vulnerability.  In A. Nadler, J. D. Fisher, & N.
          DePaulo (Eds.), Applied perspectives on help-seeking and receiving.  New York: Academic Press.
Madden M. E. (1982).  Perceived control and power in marriage: A study of marital decision making and task performance. Dissertations Abstracts
          International (University Microfilms)
, 43-08B, 2744.
Madden M. E., & Janoff-Bulman, R.  (1981).  Blame, control, and marital conflict: Wives' attributions for conflict in marriage.  Journal of Marriage
          and the Family
, 44, 663-674. (Abstracted in Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS Clearinghouse, University of Michigan.)
 
Reports and Reviews:

Madden, M.E. (2011).  Advice about teaching jobs at small colleges.  The Feminist Psychologist:  Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of
          Women, 38
(2), 6,11.
Madden, M.E. (2010).  Transforming the concept of self.  Review of Crossing Borders:  International Women Students in American Higher
          Education
, by Dongxiao Qin. PsycCRITIQUES--Contemporary Psychology:  APA Review of Books, 55(2, Article 6).
Madden, M.E. (2008). Not a simple science: Gendered patterns in mathematics and science careers.  Review of Gender and Occupational
          Outcomes: Longitudinal Assessments of Individual, Social, and Cultural Influences, edited by Helen M.G. Watt and Jacquelynne S. Eccles    
          PsycCRITIQUES—Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books
, 53(34, Article 4).
Madden, M.E. (2007). Brave new world: Unintended consequences of assisted reproduction.   Review of Everything Conceivable: How Assisted
          Reproduction Is Changing Men, Women, and the World, by Liza Mundy.  PsycCRITIQUES—Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of
          Books
, 52(47, Article 1).
Madden, M.E. (2007). When are choices not a choice?  Review of Women, Gender, and   Technology, edited by Mary Frank Fox, Deborah G.
         Johnson, and Sue V. Rosser.  PsycCRITIQUES—Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 52(14).
Madden, M.E. (2006).  Can organizations be feminist? Review of Tales from the Trenches: Politics and Practice in Feminist Service Organization,
          by Diane Kravetz, and  The Evolution of Feminist Organizations: An organizational study, by Diane Metzendorf. Psychology of Women
          Quarterly
, 30, 326-328.
Madden, M.E.  (2005, April 27). The best of the psychology of women and gender.  Review of Women and Gender: A Feminist Psychology, Fourth
          Edition, by Mary Crawford & Rhoda Unger.  PsycCRITIQUES—Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 50(17), Article 17.
Madden, M.E. (2004).  Commencement.  The Feminist Psychologist: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, 31(3), 1-2.
Madden, M.E. (2004).  Afterward to Women Police: Portraits of Success by Patricia Lunneborg.  New York: iUniverse.
Madden, M.E. (2004).  Visions and values.   The Feminist Psychologist: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, 31(2), 1-2.
Madden, M.E. (2004).  Can strategic planning be feminist?   The Feminist Psychologist: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women,
          31
(1), 1-2.
Trimble, Joseph E., Stevensen, Michael R., Worell, Judith P., & The APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention, and Training Task
          Force Textbook Initiative Work Group (of which I was a member).  (2003).  Toward an inclusive psychology: Infusing the introductory
          textbook with diversity content
.  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Madden, M.E. (2003).  Teaching gender in small departments.   The Feminist Psychologist: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of
          Women
, 30(4), 1-2.
Madden, M.E. (2000). Treasurer’s report. Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, 27(4), 4.
Madden, M.E.  (2000). Identifying allies is half the battle.  Review of Arming Athena: Career Strategies for Women in Academe, by Lynn Collins,
          Joan Chrisler, and Kathryn Quina.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 24(1), 115-116.
Madden, M. E. (1998).  Where does all the money go? APA Division 35 Newsletter, 25(2), 15.
Vandersluis, B., & Madden, M. (1998, September/October).  Women on the go.  RVing Women, 8(5), 10.
Madden, M. E. (1998).  Obituary for Richard A. Harrison.  Society for the History of American Foreign Relations Newsletter.
Madden, M. E. (1996).  Review of Women: A feminist perspective, fifth edition, by J. Freeman.  Sex Roles, 34(7/8), 598-600.
Madden, M. E. (1995, Summer).  Review of Constructing the Social, by T. R. Sarbin and J. I. Kitsuse. Psychological Record, 45, 506-507.
Madden, M. E. (1995).  More is less or less is more?  [Review of three Introduction to Psychology textbooks], Contemporary Psychology, 40(6),
           564-566.
Task Force on Representation in the Curriculum, American Psychological Association Division of Psychology of Women. (1995, May).  Including
          diverse women in the undergraduate curriculum: Reasons and resources
.  [Principal co-author with Hazel Spears of booklet distributed to
          division membership and other interested persons.]  Available at http://www/inform.umd.edu/EdRes/Topic/WomensStudies/ReferenceRoom/
          including-diverse-women.
Madden, M. E. (1992). Outgoing/incoming executive committee meeting.  APA Division 35 Newsletter, 19(4).
Madden, M. E. (1992).  Division 35 midwinter executive committee meeting.  APA Division 35 Newsletter, 19(2), 5-6.
Madden, M. E., & Coleman, K.  (1992).  Strategic planning at the midwinter executive committee meeting.  APA Division 35 Newsletter, 19(2), 6-7.
Madden, M. E. (1991). Secretary's report.  APA Division 35 Newsletter, 18(4).
Madden, M. E. (1991). Executive committee midwinter meeting.  APA Division 35 Newsletter, 18(2), 10.
Madden, M. E. (1990).  Intimacy in marriage: The partners and the environment. (Review of Intimate Partners, by M. Scarf, and The Intimate 
          Environment, by A. S. Skolnick.)  Contemporary Psychology, 2, 170-171.
Madden, M. E. (1983). Review of Separated and Divorced Women, by L. Halem. The Psychological Record, 33, 292-293.
Madden M. E. (1982).  Review of Divorce Reform.  The Psychological Record, 32, 575.


H. PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

Madden, M. E. (1997, August).  Managing a small cat house: Academic administration in small colleges.  Paper presented at the American
           Psychological Association, Chicago.  (Also chair of symposium session.)  Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS  #ED417673.
Madden, M. E., & Spears, H. (1996, August).  Including diverse women in the undergraduate curriculum: Reasons and resources.  Paper
          presented at the American Psychological Association, Toronto.  Based on the report of the Task Force on Representation in the Curriculum
          of the Division of the Psychology of Women of the American Psychological Association (ERIC/CASS  #ED406632).
          (Also available at http://www.mith2.umd.edu/WomensStudies/ReferenceRoom/including-diverse-women.html
Madden, M. E., Alexander, H. L., Davidson, R. S., Notorio, K. A., Robinson, C. R., & Simon, B. H. (1992, August).  Just saying "no" to a professor: 
          The effects of respondent gender, relationship closeness, and faculty status.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association,
          Washington, DC.   Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS #353507, and Higher Education Abstracts.
Madden, M. E., & Kahn, A. S. (1992, April).  Strategies for resisting influence: The effects of gender, status, and relationship closeness.  Paper
          presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 347434.
Madden, M. E., Mitchell, D., & Dean, Z.  (1989, March).  Perceptions of characteristics considered attractive by the other gender.  Paper presented
          at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS #314668.
Madden, M. E., Allee, M., & Smith, K. (1989, March).  Jealousy, gender, sex-roles, and dependency.  Paper presented at the Eastern
          Psychological Association, Boston. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 314667.
Madden, M. E. (1988, August).  Crisis workers' attributions for domestic violence.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association,
          Atlanta. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 303736.
Madden, M. E. (1988, August).  Influence strategies in romantic and nonromantic relationships.  Paper presented at the American Psychological
          Association, Atlanta. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 303735.
Madden, M. E., Marshall, T., & Brownstein, T.  (1985, March).  Influence strategies in same-sex and opposite-sex friendships.  Paper presented at
          the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 260310.
Madden, M. E.  (1982, April).  Women's and men's marriages: Marital satisfaction, perceived control, and attitudes towards women.  Paper
          presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 223932.
Madden, M. E., & Carli, L.  (1981, April).  Students' satisfaction with graduate school and attributions of control and responsibility.  Paper presented
          at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 211866 and in College Student
          Personnel Abstracts, 1983.
Madden, M. E., & Janoff-Bulman, R.  (1980, August).  Blaming and marital satisfaction: Wives' attributions for conflict in marriage.  Paper
          presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Montreal. Resources in Education, ERIC/CASS # 199580.


I. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Madden, M.E. (2012, February).  Using undergraduate research for institutional transformation.  To be presented at American Association of State
          Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, TX.
Madden, M.E. (2011, September).  Education in psychology and psychology in education:  Issues from the American Psychological Association's
          Board of Educational Affairs.  Invited talk, School of Education and Professional Studies, SUNY Potsdam.
Madden, M.E. (2011, August).  Introductions for invited addresses by Arthur C. Graesser and Jon Carlson, American Psychological Association
          Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Madden, M.E. (2010, October).  Introduction Joan M. Falkenberg Getman.  Educational Leadership Conference, American Psychological
          Assoiation, Washington, DC.
Sokol, T.J., Madden, M.E., and Lewis, D. (2010, April).  Self-defense training and psychology:  A necessary blend for effective instruction. 
          Presentation at Campus Academic Festival, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY.
Madden, M.E. (2010, March).  Gender differences in leadership.  Keynote address via teleconference to International Women's Day Conference at
          Universidad Autónoma de La Laguna, Torrean, Mexico.
Madden, M.E. (2009, October).  Gender stereotypes of leaders:  Do they influence leadership in higher education?  Conference on Succeeding as
          Women in Higher Education, Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies, SUNY Cortland, Cortland, NY.
Madden, M.E., Trevizan, L., Goodman, J., Whelehan, P., & Catel, M. (2009, October).  Task Force on the Status of Women at SUNY Potsdam: 
          Perspectives eight years later.  Conference on Succeeding as Women in Higher Education, Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies,
          SUNY Cortland, Cortland, NY.
Madden,  M.E. (2009, October).  Facilitator, Psychology for applied health  majors.  Educational Leadership Conference, American Psychological
          Association, Washington, DC.
Madden, M.E. (2008, March).  Panelist for “Feminist faculty in leadership roles.”  Meeting of the Association of Women in Psychology,
          San Diego, CA.
Madden, M.E. (2007, July).  Perspectives on the role of gender in leadership.  Meeting of the American Association of State Colleges and
          Universities, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Madden, M.E. (2006, November).  Panelist for “How faculty are affected by academic freedom.”  Workshop on “Why is Academic Freedom
          Controversial?” Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley, Canton, NY.
Madden, M.E.  (2005, February).  Discussant for panel entitled “Developing feminist instructors and curriculum.” Meeting of the Association for
          Women in Psychology, Tampa, FL. 
Madden, M.E.  (2004, July).  Gender and leadership in higher education.  Division Presidential Address at the American Psychological Association,
          Honolulu.
Madden, M.E. (2004, May).  Invited keynote speech.  “Beyond Crossing Borders” President’s Scholar Luncheon, SUNY-Potsdam.
Madden, M.E. (2004, April). Panel moderator, “Where Do We Go from Here?”  Crossing Borders Festival, SUNY-Potsdam.
Madden, M.E. (2004, April).  “Leadership, Transformation, and Gender,” Invited keynote speech, Omicron Delta Kappa Induction, SUNY-Potsdam.
Madden, M.E. (2004, March), “Power of Perceived Control,” Invited keynote speech at Student Support Services Awards Banquet,  
          SUNY-Potsdam.
Madden, M.E. (2003, August) Guidelines for including gender in introductory psychology textbooks. Invited symposium presentation, American
          Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
Madden, M.E. (2003, April)  Administration as applied social psychology.  Invited keynote speech, Psi Chi Induction Ceremony, SUNY-Potsdam
Madden, M.E. (2003, April).  “They come to us when they want numbers:” Women’s studies and feminist psychology.  Keynote speech, Annual
          Women’s Studies Brunch, SUNY-Potsdam.
Madden, M.E. (2003, April). Leadership styles of women in higher education. Invited lecture, Vincent J. Knapp Faculty Lecture Series,
          SUNY-Potsdam.
Madden, M. E. & Langle de Paz, T (1999, June) 'Noman's land:' Toward an interdisciplinary approach to gender studies.  Paper presented at the
           7th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Tromsø, Norway.
Madden, M. E. (1999, June) Academic administration in small colleges: Lessons from feminist psychology.  Paper presented at the 7th
          International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Tromsø, Norway.
Madden, M. E. (1999, February).  Impediments to ethnic and gender inclusion in the psychology curriculum.  Invited panel participant, American
          Psychological Association National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Newport Beach, CA.
Madden, M. E. (1998, October). Mastering the transition from faculty to administrative roles.  Invited participant in panel, Wisconsin Women in
          Higher Education Leadership Conference, Appleton, WI.
Fuchs, K., & Madden, M. E.  (1996, May).  The crisis response planning process.  Presentation at a workshop on "Creating a Safer Campus
          Environment," sponsored by the Consortium of Higher Education for Safe Solutions, Appleton, WI.
Madden, M. E. (1996, April).  Myths about psychological adjustment and sexual orientation.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the
          Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Society of Lawrence University.
Madden, M. E.  (1996, March).  Sexual harassment in the workplace.  Paper presented at the Fox Valley Dietetic Association, Appleton, WI.
Madden, M. E. (1995, October).  Assumptions for a feminist curriculum in psychology.  Paper presented at the Wisconsin Women's Studies
          Association.
Madden, M. E.  (1995, August). Control lost and regained: Surviving pregnancy loss.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association,
          New York.
Madden, M. E. (1995, January). Sources of income for APA divisions.  Co-presenter (with Jean Carter and Jack McKay) at workshop on Division
          Finances at the American Psychological Association Division Leadership Conference, Washington, DC.
Vandersluis, B.A., Madden, M. E., & Maguire, P. (1994, August). Women on the go: A pilot study of demographic and behavioral characteristics of
          women traveling in recreational vehicles.  Paper presented at the Third Global Classroom Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Madden, M. E. (1994, May).  Assumptions for a feminist curriculum in psychology.  Paper presented at the Council of Teachers of Undergraduate
          Psychology, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Madden, M. E., & Sokol, T. J. (1994, April).  Issues in teaching women self-defense.  Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference on Sexual
          Assault, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.
Madden, M. E.  (1993, August). Attributions and emotions in reproductive events.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association,
          Toronto.
Madden, M. E. (1991, September). Crisis as opportunity.  Speech given at Franklin Pierce College Freshman Convocation.
Madden, M. E. (1991, May).  Perceived control and the disempowered student.  Speech given in acceptance of the Sears Foundation Teaching
           Excellence Award.
Madden, M. E. (1991, April). Psychological reactions to rape, rape awareness, and self-defense courses.  Paper presented to the Professional
           Development Symposium of the New Hampshire College and University Council.
Madden, M. E., & Sokol, T. J. (1991, March). A feminist analysis of self-defense courses for women.  Paper presented at the National Association
           of Women Deans, Administrators, and Counselors, Boston.
Madden, M. E. (1991, February).  Emotional reactions to miscarriage.  Paper presented at the conference on Feminist Issues in Psychology,
          cosponsored by the Rhode Island Association for Women in Psychology and Division 35 (Psychology of Women) of the American
          Psychological Association.
Vandersluis, B.A., & Madden, M. E. (1990, November). Retirement on the road: Retirees traveling in recreational vehicles.  Paper presented at the
          Gerontological Society of America, Boston.
Madden, M. E., & Weir, D. (1990, October).  A comparison of exit and retrospective studies.  Paper presented at the Northeast Association of
           Institutional Research, Albany, NY.
Weir, D., & Madden, M. E. (1990, October).  Creating a sense of need for an IR office.  Paper presented at the Northeast Association of
          Institutional Research, Albany, NY.
Kahn, A. S., Adams, L., Wile, E. M., & Madden, M. E.  (1990, April).  Strategies for resisting social influence.  Paper presented at the Southeastern
          Psychological Association.
Madden, M. E., & Sokol, T. J.  (1990, March).  The social psychology of rape.  Guest lecture in Social Psychology courses at Keene State College,
          Keene, NH.
Madden, M. E. (1989, August). Attributions of control and vulnerability before and after karate classes.  Paper presented at the American
          Psychological Association, New Orleans.
Madden, M. E. (1988, August).  The implications of adult developmental stages for nontraditional college students.  Faculty development workshop
          presented at Franklin Pierce College Division of Continuing Education, Concord, NH.
Madden, M. E., & Sokol, T. J. (1987, July).  Reactions to self-defense training: A martial arts application of victimology research.  Workshop
          presented at the World Congress of Victimology, San Francisco, CA.
Madden, M. E. (1987, May).  Social support in same-sex and other-sex friendships.  Paper presented at the Fourth Interdisciplinary Conference on
          Sex and Gender, Nag's Head, NC.
Madden, M. E. (1986, September).  Life-long learning.  Speech given at Franklin Pierce College Freshman Convocation.
Madden, M. E.  (1986, August). Psychological reactions to miscarriage.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Washington,
           DC.
Madden, M. E.  (1986, July). The roles of social support and medical information following pregnancy loss.  Paper presented at the World
          Congress of Victimology, Orlando, FL.  (Session chair).
Madden, M. E., & Doherty, B.  (1984, August).  Perceived vulnerability of self-defense students.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American
          Psychological Association, Toronto.
Madden, M. E.  (1982, August).  Power, perceived control, decision making, and task performance in marriage.  Paper presented at the American
          Psychological Association, Washington DC.


J. RECENT SERVICE PRESENTATIONS AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES


2004-present          Board of Directors, Canton-Potsdam Hospital, Potsdam, NY; Chair (2011-present); Vice-chair (2007-2010); Co-chair, Search
                               Committee for CEO (2007)
2008                       Guest sermon entitled "Convergences: Psychology, politics and UU Principles." Unitarian Universalist Church, Canton, NY
                               Leader of review sessions for Advanced Placement Exam in Psychology, Potsdam High School, Potsdam, NY
2006-2007              Presentation, Academic Standards Committee of the SUNY Board of Trustees, "Programs to Facilitate the Transition to
                                     College."  New York City, NY
                               SUNY Chief Academic Officers.  "Programs to Facilitate the Transition to College." Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and
                                     Vice Chancellor of SUNY, Albany,  NY
2004-2005              Panelist, Four College Forum on the Status of Women, St. Lawrence County, NY, AAUW Branch
2003-2004              Workshop on "Keeping Motivated as a Leader," for Student Resident Advisors and Mentors
                               Faculty Fellow, Bowman Residence Hall
                               Keynote speech at Annual Emeriti Luncheon
                               "Qualities of Effective Leadership,"  PLACES, Student leadership training workshop.
                               Closing remarks, Community Health Department Awards Ceremony
2002-2003              Guest Lectures in college courses on "Gender and Higher Education Administration," "The Role of Mission Statements in
                                       Higher Education Planning, " "Date Rape and Self-Defense," and "Socialization and Self-Defense" (with T. Sokol).
                               Presentation in residence hall on "Self-Defense." (with T. Sokol)
2002                       "Distance Learning," Talk at Center for Creative Retirement, Southampton College
2000-2001             Guest lectures on "Management in Higher Education, " "Gender and Marital Roles," and "Feminist Psychology," "Gender
                                       Differences," "Psychological Myths and Homosexuality," "Sexuality," various classes, Southampton College.
2000                       "Diversity in the Curriculum," Workshop for Cultural Diversity Weekend, Southampton College
1998-1999              Member, Board of Directors, Project Bridges Daycare and Preschool, Inc., Appleton, WI
                               Teacher, Religious Education (3 & 4 year olds), Fox Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Appleton, WI
1993-1999              Numerous presentations on Lawrence University's sexual  harassment and sexual assault policies for student, staff, and
                                        faculty groups
1997                       "Psychological research on sexual orientation."  Presentation at Lawrence University Gender Studies Workshop on
                                       Integrating Sexuality into the Curriculum.
1996                       "Self-defense Techniques." Presentation at Appleton Family YMCA. (with T. Sokol)
                               "Self-Defense for Women."  10-hour course taught at Lawrence University (with T. Sokol)
1995                       Assumptions for a feminist curriculum in psychology.  Paper presentation at Lawrence University Gender Studies Faculty
                                        Brown Bag Series
1989-1993              Board of Directors, Women's Crisis Services, Keene, NH; Chair, 1992-1993; Vice-Chair, 1991; Chair of Education Committee,
                                        1989-1991
1992                      "Relationship Violence and Rape."  5-day program for teenagers presented for Women's Crisis Services at Contoocock
                                        Valley Regional High School, Peterborough, NH, and TNT Alternative High School, Keene, NH (with B. Nicholson).
                              "Sexual Harassment and Date Rape." Presentation for Women's Crisis Services at Dublin School, Dublin, NH (with L. Sullivan)
1989-1993             "Women and Self-Defense."  10-hour courses offered at J. R. Roy Martial Arts Studio, Grednfield, MA; Franklin Pierce
                                         College; Keene Clinic, Keene, NH; & University of Connecticut, Sorrs. (with T. Sokol)
1987-1991             Volunteer Crisis Intervention Worker, Women's Crisis Services, Keene, NH; on-call crisis intervention three night per month
1990-1992             "Personal Safety and Self-Defense."  Lecture given at Keene State College Founders Day, and at residence halls at Keene
                                          State College and Franklin Pierce College (with T. Sokol)