Pamela Hampton-Garland, Ph.D.
University District of Columbia
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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.