B.S., University of South Dakota M.S., Southwest Minnesota State University Ph.D., Drake University Courses taught: Human Relations for the Educator, Educational Psychology, Classroom Management for Elementary and Secondary Teachers, and Project Siouxland. Susie also supervises student teachers. Read More
Education: B.S., Harvey Mudd College; Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School Dr. Patrick G. Bass, a professor at Morningside since 1992, earned his Ph.D. in History from the Claremont Graduate School in 1986. His scholarly activities center on American and Western European History from the mid-18th Century to the end of the… Read More
Education: B.A., University of Minnesota; M.A., Winona State University; Ph.D., University of North Dakota Dr. Leslie Werden teaches British literature, academic writing, mythology, film analysis, literary analysis, and public speaking. Her interests include sixteenth-century British Literature, Virginia Woolf, Shakespeare, film adaptation, and drama. Recent research projects have focused on pedagogy… Read More
Professor of history. Teaches Asian history from antiquity to the present, 20th century world history, Middle Eastern history, and disciplinary writing. He is a dedicated collector of historical memorabilia (particularly electoral materials) and referees competitive swimming meets. Education: B.S., College of Wooster; M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois… Read More
B.A., Northwestern College; Ph.D., Texas Christian University Dr. David Elder is an Associate Professor of Writing & Rhetoric in the Humanities department where he teaches classes about rhetoric, the publishing industry, persuasive writing, teaching writing, public speaking, and first-year composition, and every once in a while he teaches a creative… Read More
Brandon Boesch, Ph. D.
I love teaching at Morningside because I have the freedom to try novel approaches to really complex human questions--designing unique courses and class experiences to help pursue answers to those complex questions. Read More