Zoe Morris, Ph.D. Assistant Director for TA Development and Recognition
Bldg: South Instructional Plaza
Zoe Morris is excited to join the team at the Center for Teaching and Learning as the Assistant Director for TA Development and Recognition. She is looking forward to the opportunity to work with graduate student instructors at UGA.
Zoe was born on the West Coast of Canada and moved east to complete her Bachelor of Science at the University of Toronto. She earned a Master’s of Anthropology from Louisiana State University and a PhD in Bioarcheology from the University of Western Ontario.
While completing her PhD, Zoe worked with the Teaching Support Centre on TA development initiatives. She facilitated TA training workshops, mentored Canadian and international graduate students and created online teaching resources.
Her goals as Assistant Director are to equip TAs with effective teaching approaches and strategies so that they can better support undergraduate student learning and facilitate student success at UGA.
Zoe’s teaching interests include service learning initiatives in social sciences and hands-on learning in large enrollment classes.
She has taught as a TA and as an instructor in Anthropology and Global Studies departments in both Canada and the United States. Outside the CTL, Zoe is excited to get to know colleagues and students at UGA and explore the surrounding Athens community with her family.