Morris, Michael

(b. 1949, Washington, DC). Ph.D., M.A. Community-Social Psychology, B.A. Psychology, Boston College.

Morris is Professor of Psychology at the University of New Haven and serves as Evaluator for the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, New England Association of Schools and Colleges. He has worked as an organizational consultant in the human services, nonprofit, and public sector for many years.

Morris has contributed substantially to research on the ethics of evaluation. He conducted the first U.S. national survey of evaluators' encounters with ethical conflicts in their professional work. Morris built on this seminal investigation and follow-up study of the reasoning underlying evaluators' perceptions of behavior in evaluations as being either ethical or unethical. His interest and scholarship in ethics is manifest in the variety of his contributions ...

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