• Biographical Description

  • Dr. Patton O. Garriott
    Dr. Patton O. Garriott
  • Patton O. Garriott, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology in the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver. He is the director of the Education and Career Equity Lab and focuses his scholarship on issues of economic and racial justice. Within this broader area, Dr. Garriott's work focuses on social class and classism, first-generation college students, and social cognitive career theory. Nationally, Dr. Garriott's professional roles include serving as Associate Editor for the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education and Journal of Career Assessment, and Communications Officer for the Society for Vocational Psychology. He is a former Vice Chair of the American Psychological Association Committee on Socioeconomic Status.

    Dr. Garriott teaches courses in Psychological Assessment, Multicultural Counseling, Ethics, and Consultation. In 2017 he received the Early Career Professional Award from the Society for Vocational Psychology. 

    Dr. Garriott's Research Lab Page

  • Selected Presentations

  • Development and validation of the College Social-Emotional Crossroads Inventory

  • Testing the critical cultural wealth model of career development

  • Faculty composition and academic outcomes for first-generation college students

  • Book Chapters

  • Invited Book Chapters

    Flores, L. Y., & Garriott, P. O. (2013). Si Podemos! (Yes We Can!) Promoting academic success in Mexican American girls (pp. 422-438). In E. Vera (Ed.). Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

    Spanierman, L. B., Garriott, P. O., & Clark, D. A. (2013). Whiteness and social class: Intersections and implications (pp. 394-410). In W. M. Liu (Ed.). Oxford Handbook of Social Class in Counseling. New York: Oxford University Press.

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