Adjunct faculty

Bethany Morrison

Lecturer in Public Policy, Ford School; Instructional Consultant, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching

Bethany N. Morrison is a lecturer at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and an instructional consultant at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. She has a PhD in political science from Emory University. She has taught undergraduate courses on judicial politics, constitutional law, and comparative politics. Prior to joining the CRLT, she worked as a postdoc at the Center for the Advancement of Teaching at Wake Forest University. There she led the center as it developed processes to evaluate the impact of its programming. She also supported faculty in the unprecedented shift to pandemic teaching. Dr. Morrison enjoys working with instructors on course design, active learning, adapting courses for new modalities, scholarly teaching and teaching scholarship. She also values opportunities to combine her passion for undergraduate education with the research experience and data analytic skills she developed as a social scientist. Bethany is an active member of the CRLT’s assessment team and instructional technology team.

Educational background

  • PhD in political science, Emory University