Lanthan D Camblin
Lanthan D. Camblin Jr., a professor in the Educational Foundations Program, received his Ph.D. in Human and Family Development from the University of Missouri in 1978. He has previously taught at Lincoln University (HBCU), James Madison University, and North Carolina A&T University (HBCU). He teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in lifespan human development. His research interests include diversity issue, faculty development, and the study of everyday" behaviors."
Peer Reviewed Publications
Camblin,L.; Steger,J. (2000. ) Rethinking faculty development .Higher Education, , 39 ,1 -18
Camblin,L.; White,P. (2000 ) Caring and tenacity: stories of urban school survival Teen mothers and young grandmothers .NJ, Hampton Press, Inc