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Pamela Morgan

Pamela Morgan (MD '93)

Director, Office of Field Experiences and Clinical Practice

University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD

At the time of the Award, Pamela Morgan was:

Teacher
Winston Middle School
Baltimore, MD

Biographical Information

Dr. Pamela Williams Morgan currently serves as director of the Office of Field Experiences and Clinical Practice at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). She has devoted nearly four decades to public education at the K-12 and university levels, spending 22 of those years with Baltimore City Public Schools and fifteen with Towson University. Dr. Morgan served as Towson University’s Project Coordinator for the Teacher Academy of Maryland, a Career and Technology Education (CTE) program of study aimed at attracting high school students to careers in education. In this position, she also coordinated professional development experiences for teachers in seventeen school systems across the state of Maryland. Additionally, Dr. Morgan was the project director for “Back-to-the-Future,” a middle grades college awareness program funded by a grant from the Maryland College Access Challenge Grant Program (MCACGP) that was administered by the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC).


Additional Information

Degrees/Certifications
Coppin State College, B.A.
1995 College of Notre Dame of Maryland, M.A.
2009 Towson University, Ed.D.

Awards/Honors
2011 Recipient, Career and Technology Education (CTE) Award of Excellence – Outstanding Change Agent-Postsecondary Education – Maryland State Department of Education
2008 Recipient, GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) Community Representative Award – Baltimore City Public Schools
2005 Recipient, Distinguished Black Marylander Award – Towson University
2003 Recipient, Excellence in Teacher Education Award – Towson University, College of Education

Expertise
Instructional Technology, Instructional Leadership and Professional Development, African American Student Success