Terra L. Bowen-Reid
Psychology Associate Professor
Dr. Terra L. Bowen-Reid received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degrees in Community Psychology from Florida A&M University, 1992 and 1995, respectively; and her Ph.D. in Personality Psychology from Howard University in 1998. Currently, Dr. Bowen-Reid is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Morgan State University; where she also served as the Program Director/ Principal Investigator of the Minority Mental Health Research Scholars Program, which was funded by the National Institute of Mental Health - Career Opportunities in Research (NIMH-COR) Educational Training Grant from 1998-2009. Dr. Bowen-Reid is committed to the development and training of the next wave of African American researchers. Her research interests are in the areas African American mental health, race-related stress, spirituality and cancer prevention. She is also a noted expertise in the field of African/Black Psychology for providing an African-centered theoretical framework in understanding the human behaviors of people of African-descent. Dr. Bowen-Reid's most recent publications have appeared in the Handbook of African American Psychology, Journal of Black Psychology, Journal of Urban Health and the Western Journal of Black Studies. Dr. Bowen-Reid is actively involved in various University committees, church and community service activities in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.