Hilton J. LaSalle III is a Professor of Psychology for Lone Star College System. He has been in higher education for over 20 years and has devoted much of that time bridging the gap between education and technology in order to enhance student learning. Furthermore, he has developed training and certification curriculums for adjunct faculty professors in higher education. He is also advisor for several student organizations, including a young college male initiative at Lone Star College that encourages and supports male achievement in higher education. Hilton also works with various young male leadership programs in the Houston area assisting young males in education, leadership development and career guidance counseling.
Hilton earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from Texas Southern University in 1995. He earned his Master’s Degree in Counseling from Southern University in Baton Rouge in 1997, and later earned his Doctorate in Education in Educational Leadership for Higher Education from Sam Houston State University.
Hilton is active in his community with his church. He is married with two children ages 16 and 5 and enjoys spending time with his family. He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.