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Office Address: Home Address:

Psychology Dept., Social Sciences II 524 Van Ness Avenue

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Santa Cruz, CA 95064 U.S.A. U.S.A.

(831) 459-2560


Degrees: B.A. in Psychology, University of Virginia, 1952.

M.A. in Social Psychology, Harvard University, 1955.

Ph.D. in Social Psychology, Harvard University, 1956.

Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Governors State University (IL), 1979.

Honorary Doctor in the Natural Sciences, Philipps University, Marburg,

Germany, 2008.

Research Professor of Social Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1994-.

Professor of Social Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1980-1994.

Professor of Social Psychology, University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, The

Netherlands), 1986-1991.

Professor of Social Psychology and Sociology, Harvard University, 1974-80.

Professor of Social Psychology, Harvard University, 1968-74.

Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Harvard University, 1964-68.

Lecturer in Social Psychology, Harvard University, 1962-64.

Assistant Professor of Social Psychology, Harvard University, 1957-62.

Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of North Carolina, 1956-57.

Research Associate, Institute for Social Research, University of Natal (Durban, South

Africa), 1956.

Teaching Fellow and Resident Tutor, Dunster House, Harvard University, 1953-56.
General Information:
Born in Richmond, Virginia, USA, March 14, 1931.

Married in 1956 to Ann Hallman (B.A. in Biology, Radcliffe College, Harvard University

1956; M.D., Boston University, 1960; and M.P.H., Harvard University, 1966).

One child, Mark Fraser Pettigrew (born Feb. 8, 1966; B.A., Magna Cum Laude with

Highest Honors in Anthropology, Harvard University, 1990; M.A., Ph.D. in Near

Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1998, 2005.

Chief Research Areas:
Social psychological and structural factors in intergroup relations; prejudice;

meta-analyses of intergroup contact and relative deprivation research.

Honors and Awards:
Phi Beta Kappa (University of Virginia, 1952).

Raven Honor Society (University of Virginia, 1952).

Ella Lyman Cabot Trust Fellowship (for South African travel), 1956.

Honored guest, East-West Center, University of Hawaii, 1965.

Guggenheim Fellowship, 1967-68.

U.S. Office of Education Grant for the Study of School Desegregation, 1968-1971.

Senior Scientist Fellowship (National Science Foundation), Strathclyde University,

Glasgow, Scotland, 1974.

Fellow of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California,


The Sydney Spivack Fellowship for Race Relations Research (awarded by American

Sociological Association), 1978.

Fellow of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar, The Netherlands,


The Kurt Lewin Award of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI),


(with Joanne Martin) The Gordon W. Allport Intergroup Research Prize (awarded

by SPSSI), 1988.

Annual Faculty Research Award for UCSC campus, 1989.

Fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Study and Conference Center,

Bellagio, Italy, 1991.

Visiting Professor of Social Psychology, Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet,

Muenster, Germany, 1993.

Norman Munn Distinguished Scholar, The Flinders University of South Australia,


Distinguished Service Award of SPSSI, 1998.

National Science Foundation Research Grant for a Meta-Analytic Study of Intergroup

Contact and Prejudice, 1999-2002.

Deutche Forschungsgemeinschaft [German Research Society] Guest Professor of Psychology, Philipps-University, Marburg, Germany, 2000.

Visiting Senior Fellow, Research Institute of Comparative Studies in Race and

Ethnicity, Stanford University, 2001-2002.

Invited Presidential Lecturer, American Psychological Association Annual Convention,

Chicago, IL, 2002.

Distinguished Scientist Award, Society for Experimental Social Psychology, 2002.

New Century Scholar, Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, 2003.

(with Linda Tropp) The Gordon W. Allport Intergroup Research Prize (awarded by

SPSSI), 2003.

The Lynn Stuart Weiss Lecturer of the American Psychological Foundation, American

Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada, 2003.

Distinguished Social Sciences Emeriti Faculty Award, University of California,

Santa Cruz, 2008.

Glynn Scholar in Residence, Washington and Lee University, 2008.

Lifetime Achievement Award, the International Academy for Intercultural Research,


The University of California systemwide Constantine Panunzio Award for outstanding research by an emeritus professor, 2009.

Ralph K. White Lifetime Achievement Award, the Society for the Study of Peace,

Conflict and Violence, 2010.

Harold Lasswell Lifetime Achievement Award, the International Society of Political Psychology, 2010.

William Foote Whyte Distinguished Career Award, Sociological Practice and Public Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association, 2011.

The Career Contribution Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology,


The Cooley-Mead Award for Lifetime Contributions to Social Psychology of

the Social Psychology Section of the American Sociological Association,


The Jos Jaspars Memorial Lecturer, Oxford University, 2015.

Professional Affiliations and Activities:
Memberships and Elected Organizational Offices Held
President of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, 1967-68;

Council Member, 1962-67; currently a life member.

Council Member, Amer. Sociological Association, 1979-82; currently a life member.

Chair, Social Psychology Section, American Sociological Association,


Fellow, Amer. Psychological Association (Divisions 8, 9); currently a life member.

Fellow, Association for Psychological Science.

Member of Society of Experimental Social Psychology; and the European

Association of Experimental Social Psychology.

Honorary Fellow, International Academy for Intercultural Research.

Appointed Editorial Posts on Professional Journals
Associate Editor, American Sociological Review, 1963-65.

Editorial or Advisory Board Member of:

The Journal of Social Issues, 1959-1964.

Integrated Education, 1963-1984.

Phylon, 1965-1992.

Education & Urban Society, 1968-1990.

Race (UK), 1972-1974.

Social Psychological Quarterly, 1977-1980.

Policy Studies Review Annual (Vols. 1-4), 1977-80.

Political Behavior, 1978-1988.

Ethnic and Racial Studies (UK), 1978-1995.

Review of Personality & Social Psychology, 1980-85.

Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 1988-2002.

The Individual and Politics (Belgium), 1989-1993.

21st Century Afro Review, 1994-.

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (UK), 1994-.

Actualidades en Psicologia (Costa Rica), 2006-.

International Journal of Conflict and Violence (Germany), 2006-.

Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Diversity (Spain), 2012.
Other Positions
Chair, Episcopal Presiding Bishop's Advisory Commission on Race Relations,


Vice-President, Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, 1962-1963.

Member, Massachusetts Governor's Advisory Committee on Civil Rights, 1962-1964.

Member, Advisory Committee to the U.S. Office of Education's national study, Equal

Educational Opportunity (The Coleman Report), 1965-1966.

Member, White House Task Force on Education, 1967.

Member, Advisory Committee, ERIC Informational Retrieval

Center on the Disadvantaged, Yeshiva University, 1967-68.

Member, Board of the Race Relations Information Center, Nashville, TN, 1969-1972.

Member, Research Advisory Committee of the Children's Television Workshop

(Sesame St., Electric Company, etc.), 1970-78.

Member, Emerson Book Award Committee of Phi Beta Kappa, 1971-1973.

Member, Advisory Board of the Harvard Health Careers Summer Program, 1972-1980.

Member, National Task Force on Desegregation Strategies, Education Commission

of the States, 1977-1979.

Member, Board of Trustees, Ella Lyman Cabot Trust, Boston, MA, 1978-80.

Member, Advisory Board of the Women and Social Change Project, Smith College,


Chair, Allport Prize Committee of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social

Issues, 1979-80, 1997-1998.

Member (1981-82) and Chair (1982-83), the Universitywide Faculty Senate Committee

on Affirmative Action, The University of California, 1981-1983.

Adjunct Fellow, The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Washington, DC,


Member, Selection Panel, Rockefeller Research Fellowship

Program for Minority-Group Scholars, 1983-87.

Member, Publications Committee of the Society for the Study of Social Problems,


Member, Committee on the Status of Black Americans, National Research Council

of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1985-1989.

Member, Advisory Board of the Women's Studies Program, Princeton University,


Member, Panel of Experts, Common Destiny Alliance, 1992-2010.

Member, German Government Scientific Advisory Committee on Intercultural

Conflicts and Social Integration, 2003-2007.
Social Science Consultant to the U.S. Office of Education (1966-68); and U.S.

Commission on Civil Rights (1966-71).

State Educational Departments: California, Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, South

Carolina, Virginia & Washington.

Public School Systems: Arlington County, VA, Chattanooga, TN, Chicago, IL, Denver,

CO, Detroit, MI, Glendale, AZ, Los Angeles, CA, Minneapolis, MN, New York, NY,

Norfolk, VA, Philadelphia, PA, Pittsburgh, PA, Pontiac, MI, Richmond, VA,

San Diego, CA, Santa Clara County, CA, Shaker Heights, OH.

Various Organizations - e.g., Abt Associates (Cambridge, MA); California Energy

Commission (Sacramento, CA); California Public Utilities Commission (San Francisco, CA); Coca-Cola Inc. (Houston, TX); Education Commission of the

States (Denver, CO); Educational Testing Service (Princeton, NJ); A. D. Little (Cambridge, MA); Rand Corp. (Santa Monica, CA); System Development Corp. (Santa Monica, CA); and Manpower Demonstration Research Corp. (New York, NY).

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