Master Lecturer
Psychology

Suzanne Morrow (Master Lecturer)

236c Mills Godwin Bldg
Norfolk, 23529

B.A. in Psychology, Auburn University, ()

M.S. in Psychology, Old Dominion University, (1995)

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Landers, A., Morrow, S., Still, M. and Muth, J. "Using integrative learning to improve disciplinary writing" $19735. Old Dominion University. 2017 - 2018
Morrow, S. "A pre-clinical learning community in psychology" $4400. Old Dominion University. 2013 - 2014

Articles

Justice, E. M., Lindsey, L. L.. and Morrow, S. (1999). The relation of self-perceptions to achievement among African-American preschoolers. Journal of Black Psychology 25 (1) , pp. 48-60.

Presentations

Muth, J., Still, M., Morrow, S. and Landers, A. (May , 2018). The development of an integrative online learning community for psychology majors. Poster the Association for Psychological Sciences – Society for the Teaching of Psychology – Teaching Institute San Francisco, CA.
Morrow, S., Muth, J., Still, M. and Landers, A. (May , 2018). Developing an integrative learning community with HIPS. Paper the Summer Institute on Teaching and Learning, Center for Learning and Teaching, Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA.
Morrow, S. (July 11, 2013). Classroom 101: What to expect. Oral Presentation Freshman Preview Ted Constant Center.
Morrow, S. (August 02, 2012). College 101. Oral Presentation Freshman Preview 2012 ODU, Ted Constant Center, Hall A.
Morrow, S. (January 10, 2012). Using Technology in the Classroom: Lessons Learned. Oral Presentation New Adjunct Faculty Orientation ODU, Gornto 310, Norfolk, VA.
Morrow, S. (December , 2004). How friendly is access to care?: A consumer perspective. Oral Presentation the Sharing Solutions, Partners in Perinatal Health Clearwater, FL.
Morrow, S. (December , 2004). How friendly is access to care?: A consumer perspective. Paper thr 10th Annual Maternal and Child Health Epidemiological Conference Atlanta, GA.
Morrow, S. (September , 2004). How friendly is access to care?: A consumer perspective. Oral Presentation the annual CityMatch Urban Maternal and Child Health Leadership Conference Portland, Oregon.
Morrow, S. (August , 2004). Friendly AccessSM: A tool FIMR’s can use. Oral Presentation the 5th National Fetal-Infant Mortality Review Conference Washington, DC.
Morrow, S. (June , 2004). Jacksonville friendly AccessSM lessons learned in implementation. Oral Presentation National Friendly AccessSM Leadership Seminar IV Flint, MI.
Morrow, S. (August , 2003). Taking a lesson from the mouse: Jacksonville friendly AccessSM. Poster the annual CityMatch Urban Maternal and Child Health Leadership Conference Pittsburgh, PA.
Morrow, S. (February , 2003). Strategic planning in Jacksonville to change maternal and child health care. Oral Presentation National Friendly AccessSM Leadership Seminar III Atlanta, GA.
Morrow, S. (May , 2000). Transitional housing for homeless populations: Lessons learned. Oral Presentation Housing California 2000 – 21st Annual Conference Sacramento, CA.
Morrow, S. (March , 2000). Homeward bound: An example of the effectiveness of transitional housing programs. Oral Presentation the 4th Annual Conference on Multicultural Family Violence Prevention Sacramento, CA.
Morrow, S. and Justice, E. M. (April , 1996). Peer tutoring increases subsequent performance on an organizational memory task. Poster the Conference on Human Development Birmingham, AL.
Morrow, S., Justice, E. M. and Colbert, M. (May , 1994). The role of verbalization and socialization in peer tutoring activities and children’s ability to learn. Paper the annual meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science Harrisonburg, VA.
  • 2018: Distinguished Advisor Award, College of Sciences, Old Dominion University
  • 2016: Shining Star Award, Division of Student Affairs, Old Dominion University
  • 2015: Shining Star Award, Division of Student Affairs, Old Dominion University
  • 2014: Shining Star Award, Division of Student Affairs, Old Dominion University
  • 2013: Most Influential Instructor from Recipeient of Betty Guy Academic Award, College of Science, ODU
  • 2009: Distinguished Instructor Teaching Award, Old Dominion University, College of Sciences
  • 2009: Outstanding Professor of the Semester Award, Psi Chi
  • 2009: Shining Star Award, Old Dominion University Division of Student Affairs
  • 2008: Distinguished Instructor Teaching Award, Old Dominion University, College of Sciences
  • 2008: Shining Star Award, Old Dominion University Division of Student Affairs
  • 2004: Extra Award Excellence in Translating Results to an Audience, CityMatCH Urban Maternal and Child Health Leadership Conference