Professor of Psychology, Emerita

  • Assistant Professor, 1976-1981
  • Associate Professor, 1981-1988
  • Professor of Psychology, 1988-present. Dean of the Graduate College, 1986-1994
  • Women’s Studies Faculty Affiliate, 1986-present
  • Founding Director, Office of Community-University Partnerships and Service-Learning (CUPS), 2003-2005
  • Director, Faculty Mentoring Program, 2007-2012
  • Interim Chair, Department of Anthropology, 2011-2012
  • Interim Chair, Department of Art and Art History, 2012-2013
  • Director, Arts and Sciences Strategic Planning Initiative, 2013-2014.


A representative sample of publications since 2000 includes:

  • Byrne, C., Bond, L. A., & London, M. (2013). Effects of a mindfulness-based versus interpersonal process group intervention on psychological well-being with a clinical university population. Journal of College Counseling, 16(3), 213-227.
  • Holmes, T. R., & Bond, L. A. (2011). Maternal pedagogies as a function of mothers' ways of knowing. In D. L. Byrd & F. J. Green (Eds.), Maternal pedagogies in and outside the classroom (pp. 102-113). Bradford, ONT: Demeter Press.
  • Davis, M., Bond, L. A., Howard, A. & Sarkisian, C. A. (2011). Primary care clinician expectations regarding aging. The Gerontologist. 51(6), 856-866.
  • Hutchins, T., Bond, L., Silliman, E., & Bryant, J. (2009). Maternal epistemological perspectives and variations in mental state talk. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 52, 61-80.
  • Bond, L. A., Holmes, T. R., Byrne, C., Babchuck, L. & Kirton-Robbins, S. (2008). Movers and shakers: How and why women become and remain engaged in community leadership. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32, 48-64.
  • Holmes, T. R., Bond, L. A., & Byrne, C. (2008). Mothers’ beliefs about knowledge and mother-adolescent conflict. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25(4), 561-586.
  • Bond, L. A. & Carmola Hauf, A. M. (2007). Community-based collaboration: An overarching best practice in prevention. The Counseling Psychologist. 35, 567-575.
  • Bond, L. A., & Burns, C. E. (2006). Mothers’ beliefs about knowledge, child development, and parenting strategies: Expanding the goals of parenting programs. Journal of Primary Prevention, 27 (6), 555-571.
  • Bond, L. A., & Carmola Hauf, A. (2004). Making our way together: Collaboration in the move from welfare to work. In A. C. Crouter & A. Booth (Eds.), Work-family challenges for low-income parents and their children (pp. 251-264). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Bond, L. A., & Carmola Hauf, A. (2004). Taking stock and putting stock in primary prevention: Characteristics of effective programs. Journal of Primary Prevention, 24(3), 199-221.
  • Carmola Hauf, A., & Bond, L. A. (2002). Community-based collaboration in prevention and mental health promotion: Benefiting from and building the resources of partnership. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 4(3), 41-54.
  • Weinstock, J. S., & Bond, L. A. (2000). Conceptions of conflict in close friendships and ways of knowing among young college women: A developmental framework. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 17, 687-696.
  • Bond, L. A., Belenky, M. F., & Weinstock, J. S. (2000). The Listening Partners Program: An initiative toward feminist community psychology in action. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28, 697-730.

Awards and Recognition

  • Honored for outstanding contributions to Service-Learning and Community Partnerships—the UVM Engaged Outstanding Service-Learning Faculty Award was renamed the “Lynne Bond Outstanding Service-Learning Faculty Award,” 2013
  • George V. Kidder Outstanding Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching,  2008
  • UVM Outstanding Woman Faculty of the Year, 2005
  • Vermont Campus Compact Engaged Scholar Award, 2004
  • Fellow, Division for Society for Psychology of Women (since 2004) and Division of Community Psychology (since 1989), American Psychological Assoc.
  • United Way Community Impact Award, 2003
  • Campus Compact Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service Learning: National Finalist,  2003
  • G. W. Albee Lecturer in Primary Prevention/World Federation for Mental Health, 2001
  • UVM Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Award, 2000; UVM University Scholar, 1999
  • Outstanding Book Award, The Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in North America for Preventing Heterosexism and Homophobia, 1997
  • Contributing author to  Outstanding Book Award from the Association for Women in Psychology, Teaching a Psychology of People, 1989.

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Community and Family Psychology; Primary Prevention Strategies for Optimizing Human Development; Parenting Beliefs, Strategies and Child Development; Gender and Epistemological Development.


  • B.A., 1971, Wheaton College
  • M.A., 1974; Ph.D., 1975, Tufts University