Nan Hampton

Nan Zhang Hampton

Nan Zhang Hampton, Ph.D., C.R.C. is a Professor in the Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education (ARPE) at San Diego State University. She teaches diversity in higher education and research and writing courses in the Ed.D. program as well rehabilitation counseling courses in ARPE. Her current research interests include career development, self-efficacy, stigma and adaptation to disability. She has over 100 publications and presentations in refereed rehabilitation journals, professional conferences, seminars, and workshops, and has a consistent record of service as a consultant to a variety of public school programs, higher education programs, professional organizations, public or private community rehabilitation service agencies, and international organizations. Dr. Hampton is a recipient of the Fulbright Senior Research grant. She was awarded the Outstanding International Scholar of 2012 by Scholars without Borders, SDSU.

At her leisure time, she enjoys exploring different cultures, gardening, visiting museums, and reading.