PhD in Sociology of Education

Christina Morrow


Program: Sociology of Education

Research Interests: sociology of education, higher and postsecondary education, health professional education, educational stratification

Research Description/Bio:

Christina Morrow is a part-time doctoral student in the Sociology of Education program and the Associate Director of Advising and Academic Support Services at New York University College of Dentistry, where she manages advising and student success initiatives for 1500 dental students.  Christina is also the junior graduate student representative for Division I, Education in the Professions, of the American Educational Research Association.

Prior to beginning her doctoral studies, Christina earned a masters degree in Higher and Postsecondary Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Spanish at St. Lawrence University.  Christina’s academic interests lie in the sociology of professional education.

Selected Publications and Presentations:

Ripkey, S., & Morrow, C. (2017, March). Technology Innovations for Supporting Student Success. TechExpo presentation at the annual American Dental Education Association conference, Long Beach, CA. 

Maureen McAndrew, Christina S. Morrow, Lindsey Atiyeh, and Gaëlle C. Pierre. “Dental Student Study Strategies: Are Self-Testing and Scheduling Related to Academic Performance?” Journal of Dental Education, 2016 80:542-552.

Morrow, C & McAndrew, M. (2015, April). “Self-Test for Success.” Presentation in Learning Strategies for Diverse Learners in the Health Sciences roundtable at American Educational Research Association conference, Chicago, IL.