Hani Morgan, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Education

Hani Morgan graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University with two postgraduate degrees and from Rutgers University with a doctoral degree. His first master’s degree from Columbia’s Teachers College was in curriculum and teaching, and his second was in international education. He specialized in foundations of education when working on his doctoral studies at Rutgers. At USM, he has taught a variety of courses including Foundations of Multicultural Education, Social Studies Education in Elementary Schools, Management and Organization of Diverse Classrooms, Problems in Educational Research, and High School Curriculum; and he serves as co-chair of the scholarship committee. The author of over fifteen published articles, Morgan has written on many topics in education in journals such as Childhood Education, Multicultural Education, Early Childhood Education Journal, The Reading Teacher, Educational Horizons, Multicultural Review and Reading Improvement. He has presented his research for international, national, and regional organizations, including the Comparative & International Education Society, the Association for Childhood Education International, the National Council for the Social Studies, the National Association for Multicultural Education, and the Organization of Educational Historians. Some of the projects he has worked on in the recent past include: research on the Doctor of Education degree, the interactive whiteboard, handheld computers, technology use in Egypt at the primary level, and culturally-authentic children’s books. He was recently awarded a grant from the Spencer Foundation which has been used to continue his research on culturally-authentic children’s books. More information about Dr. Morgan and his research can be found at: http://www.hanimorgan.com.