Call for Chapters Advancing the Global Agenda for Human Rights, Vulnerable Populations and Environmental Sustainability: Adult Education as Strategic Partner Edited By: Mary V. Alfred, Texas A&M UniversityPetra A. Robinson, Louisiana State UniversityElizabeth A. Roumell, Texas A&M University For over …Continue reading →
Critical Approaches to Trauma in Adult Learning Laura Douglass, Aubry Threlkeld, Lisa R. Merriweather, and Riché Barnes, Co-editorsCarrie Boden-McGill and Joann Olson, Series EditorsInformation Age Publishing The co-editors invite you to submit a proposal for inclusion in this collection which …Continue reading →
Adult Learning in Professional, Organizational, and Community Settings Educators * Authors * Practitioners Invitation to contribute to a new book. . . Skill Development from Novice to Expert: Voices from Different Fields Dr. Elaine Silva Mangiante and Dr. Kathy Peno, …Continue reading →
You are invited! What in the World is Going on in Lifelong Learning? Monday May 20, 2019 — 10:00 am – 1:00 pm EST Coalition of Lifelong Learning Organizations Participate in this FREE* Symposium online or in person; span the …Continue reading →
Edited by Dr. Victor Wang Higher education institutions are, more so than other organizations, deeply complex, and present a unique challenge to their leaders and administrators. Those charged with governance in higher education must deal with a great diversity of …Continue reading →
Dr. Pamela Hampton-Garland Assistant Professor of Adult Education joined the University District of Columbia faculty in August 2014 from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Dr. Hampton-Garland has a Master of Science degree in Adult Education from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and holds Doctor of Philosophy degree in Curriculum and Teaching with a Concentration in Cultural Studies from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Dr. Hampton-Garland’s research interest is in the area of Cultural Capital which is comprised of Embodied, Objectified and Institutionalized capital and the role each play in the retention of non-traditional adult learners pursuing higher education. Dr. Hampton-Garland is passionate about life-long learning for adults in non-formal, informal and formal settings, which is reflected in her commitment to the field of Adult Education. Additionally, Dr. Hampton-Garland is happily married to Mr. Vernon Garland and is the mother of two wonderful daughters’, Miss. Gabrielle Garland and Miss. Domonique Garland.
Alan Mandell is the college professor of adult learning and mentoring and also serves as a mentor in the social sciences at the Metropolitan Center in New York City. Mandell began at the Lower Hudson program (now Hudson Valley Center) more than 30 years ago. He has served as associate dean of the Hudson Valley Center, as the associate dean-director of the Metropolitan Center, and as director of the college’s Mentoring Institute.
In addition to ongoing work with students in a range of social science areas, Mandell has written, made presentations and conducted workshops on adult learning and mentoring. With colleague, Lee Herman, he has written many essays and the book, “From Teaching to Mentoring: Principle and Practice, Dialogue and Life in Adult Education” (Routledge, 2004). The second edition of his book with Elana Michelson, “Portfolio Development and Adult Learning” was published in 2004 (Stylus).
Association for Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education (ANTSHE)
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Dr. Lee Viar is a Lead Faculty, Author of The Nontraditional Learner’s Guide to Success, Certified Post-Secondary Instructor and President of the Association for Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education (ANTSHE, www.myantshe.org). He is also a Board of Trustee for the East Coast Colleges Social Sciences Association (ECCSSA). Dr. Viar has helped adult learners, non-traditional students, and academic professionals of all economic backgrounds to achieve academic, professional, and personal success.
Since 2011, the AHEA Book Series has published books associated with the Adult Higher Education Alliance conferences. We are now soliciting proposals for the eighth installment in the book series, with a projected release date of Fall 2020. For the …Continue reading →