Dr. Ronald Morgan

Memberships

  • American Educational Research Association
  • American School Counselors Association
  • California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
  • California Association of Professors of Educational Administration
  • Calif School Counselor Assoc
  • California Educational Research Association

Publications

  • Morgan, R. & Lock, P.. (2014). Erin Gruwell: Change Agent for Social Justice. The Journal of Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development,
  • Tharayil, P., James, S., Morgan, R. & Freeman, K.. (2012). Examining Outcomes of Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization Among Children. Social Work in Mental Health, 10: 205-232.
  • Goodyear, R., Mitchell, R., Both Gragg, J., Mirci, P., & Morgan, R.. (2016). School Setting Behavior that Characterizes Social Justice: An Empirical Approach to Clarify and Illustrate the Concept. online journal of the American Education Research Association,
  • Morgan, R. & Dobbins, P.. (2007). The Efficacy of an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program for Children Exhibiting Moderate to Severe Behavioral Problems. Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center's annual Research Report.
  • Freier, C & Morgan, R.. (2007). Social Issues for Infants, Children and Adolescents. Many Voices: An Introduction to Social Issues.

Presentations

  • Morgan, R. (2018). Voices from the Field: Exploring Teachers and Counselors as School Leaders. Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
  • Morgan, R. (2017). How Teacher and Counselor Leaders Can Help School Administrators Create a Culture of Success. Lecture presented at the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration's (CAPEA) Fall 2017 Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Morgan, R. (2016). Effective School Mental Health Programs. Poster presented at the 20th annual conference on Advancing School Mental Health, San Diego, CA.
  • Morgan, R. (2016). Various Roles of the High School Counselor in California. Paper presented at the Orange County chapter of the California Association of School Counselors (CASC), Santa Ana, CA.
  • Morgan, R. (2015). Issues 1.5 Generation Mexican Female Students Face. Poster presented at the California Educational Research Association's (CERA) annual conference, Anaheim, CA.
Dr. Ronald Morgan

Contact Information

Dr. Ronald Morgan

College: Sanford College of Education

Department: Educational Administration and School Counseling/Psychology

rmorgan2@nu.edu

(714) 429-5143

Costa Mesa Campus

Education

La Sierra University - EDD - Administration & Leadership