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Dr. Chad T. Morris

Associate Professor


Department: Sociology and Public Health
Office: 206 Trout Hall

540-375-4926

cmorris@roanoke.edu

Degrees

B.S., Anthropology/Sociology and Biology, Centre
College (Danville, KY)
M.A., Anthropology, University of Memphis
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Kentucky

Books

Morris, C., Lancey, A., eds. (2015) The Applied Anthropology of Obesity: Prevention, Intervention, and Identity. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Recent Publications

Morris, C., Kellam, A., Shannon, R., Spangler, E., Hnrs 110 Students. (2019) Parent and Teacher Perceptions of School Nutrition and Policy in the Republic of Palau. Report prepared for Ministries of Health and Education, Republic of Palau. Salem, VA: Roanoke College.

Morris, C., Inq 271 students. (2018) Preliminary Findings: May 2018 School Nutrition Standards Focus Groups in Eight Palauan Elementary Schools. Report prepared for Ministries of Health and Education, Republic of Palau. Salem, VA: Roanoke College.

Morris, C., Tashima, N. (2018) Responding to Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities for Anthropological Engagement: Revised NAPA Guidelines for Ethical Practice. Annals of Anthropological Practice 42(2):34-38. DOI: 10.1111/napa.12122

Morris, C., Kellam, A., Spangler, E., Duke, K. (2018) Teaching Note: Short-Term Experiential Learning in the Republic of Palau. The Southern Sociologist 50(1):7-11.

Morris, C. and ANTH/PHST 202-G2. (2018) Understanding Immigrant Health Care Needs in the Roanoke Valley. Report prepared for Child Health Investment Partnership of the Roanoke Valley. Salem, VA: Roanoke College.

Morris, C. and ANTH/PHST 202-G1. (2018) Capitol Health: A Worksite Wellness Program Designed for the Palauan Capitol Complex. Report prepared for Non-communicable Disease Branch, Ministry of Health, Republic of Palau. Salem, VA: Roanoke College.