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Brenda Lloyd-Jones

brenda-lloyd-jones

Associate Professor 
(918) 660-3483
blloydjones@ou.edu

Courses Taught

HR 5093 Introduction to Graduate Studies in Human Relations

HR 5033 Seminar: Leadership in Organizations

HR 5083 Seminar: Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Skills

HR 5113 Diversity and Justice in Organizations

HR 5073 Creative Problem Solving

HR 5193 Intervention and Practice in Training

HR 4170 Motivation in the Workplace

 

Selected Publications

  • Lloyd-Jones, B. & Jean-Marie, G. (2020). Mentoring women faculty of color in the academy for career advancement. In L. A. Searby & B. Irby (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell international handbook of mentoring: Paradigms, practices, programs, and possibilities.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2019). Where are the African American Women Leaders Call for more Nuanced Research in Higher Education. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Review; 5 (1) 7-15.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B., Bass, L., & Jean-Marie, G. (2018). Gender and workforce diversity. In M. Byrd & C. Scott (Eds.), Workforce diversity: Current and emerging issues and case studies.  New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. & Worley, J. A. (2018). Intergenerational tensions in the workplace. In M. Byrd and C. Scott (Eds.), Workforce diversity: Current and emerging issues and case studies.  New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lloyd-Jones & Byrd, M. (2018). Developing culturally responsive mentoring in the professoriate: A theoretical model. In E. T. Murakami & H. J. Mackey (Eds.), Beyond marginality: Understanding the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender and difference in educational leadership research (in press). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2016).  Women of color and applied critical leadership: Individual, professional, and institutional strategies for advancement.  In L. J. Santamaria & A. P. Santamaria (Eds.), Culturally responsive leadership in higher education:  Praxis promoting access, equity and improvement (pp. 61-75).  New York, NY:  Routledge Books.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2014) Scholarship that advocates for social justice: Empowering community leadership. In L. J. Santamaria, G. Jean-Marie, & C. Grant (Eds.), Cross-Cultural women scholars in academe: Intergenerational voices. New York: Routledge Book.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2014). Remaining connected to the socio-cultural experiences of underserved populations: Volunteering and advocacy in research and practice in the academy. In G. Jean- Marie, C. Grant & B. Irby (Eds.), The duality of women scholars of colors: Transforming and being transformed in the academy. Research on Women and Education Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2014).  African American women in the professoriate: Addressing social exclusion and scholarly marginalization through mentoring. Mentor & Tutor, 22(4), 269-283.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B., Bass, L., & Jean-Marie, G. (2013). Gender and workforce diversity. In M. Byrd & C. Scott (Eds.), Workforce diversity: Current and emerging issues and case studies.  New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. & Worley, J. A. (2013). Intergenerational tensions in the workplace. In M. Byrd and C. Scott (Eds.), Workforce diversity: Current and emerging issues and case studies.  New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2011). Examining the “present” status of women of color. In G. Jean-Marie & B. Lloyd-Jones (Eds.), Women of color in higher education: Turbulent past, promising future(Vol. 9) (xxi-xxvii). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2011). Diversification in higher education administration: Leadership paradigms reconsidered. In G. Jean-Marie & B. Lloyd-Jones (Eds.), Women of color in higher education: Changing directions and new perspectives, (Vol. 10) (3-18). Bingley, UK: Emerald Groups Publishing.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. & Jean-Marie, G. (2011). Epilogue. In G. Jean-Marie & B. Lloyd-Jones (Eds.), Women of color in higher education: Contemporary perspectives and new directions, 10, 365-366. Diversity in Higher Education Series. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  • Lloyd-Jones, B. (2009). Implications of race and gender in higher education administration:  An African American woman’s perspective. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 11(5), 606-618.

     

Selected Awards

  • 2019 Tulsa Ministers Alliance Community Award
  • 2018 Leadership Tulsa Paragon Award
  • 2016 Links Incorporated, Community Service Award Tulsa Chapter
  • 2015 Tulsa YWCA Woman of the Year Award
  • 2013 Williams Company Women of Inspiration Award, Tulsa, OK
  • 2011 President Leadership Award for Community Engagement – University of Oklahoma, Tulsa