University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Doctor of Education
University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. Master of Arts, Sociology
La Roche College, Pittsburgh, PA. Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Ong-Flaherty, C., Morgan, D. Rowniak, S. and Stevenson, E. (in publication) Impact of Culturally Dominant, Etic Beliefs on Health of Homeless Transgender, Queer and Questioning Youth.
Ong-Flaherty, C., Morgan, D. Rowniak, S. and Stevenson, E. 2017. “Access? What Access? The Lived Experiences of Transgender Individuals.” Pp. 139-154 in Social Equity in a Time of Change: a Critical 21st Century Movement, edited by R.G. Johnson III. San Diego, CA: Birkdale Publishers.
Basirico, L., Cashion, B., & Eshelman, J., Morgan, D. (2013). Welcome to Sociology (4th edition). Redding, CA: BVT Publishing. (1st ed. Published 2009)
Morgan, D. (2010, November 24). Are Mahu Youth Safe in Hawaii’s Schools? Honolulu Weekly.
Morgan, D. (n.d.). The Holocaust: Never Again? Human Liberation, 1(2), 35-45.
SELECTION OF COURSES TAUGHT
Graduate Courses Taught
ED-6000: The Professional Educator
PSOC-6005: Scope and Methods of Research
ED-6010: Sociology of Education
GLSD-6001: Power in Social Systems
Undergraduate Courses Taught
Introduction to Sociology
Self and Society
Fundamentals of Research
Close Relationships and Family Life
Race and Ethnic Relations
Sociology of Gender and Sexuality
Perspectives in Transgender Identities
Writing in Sociology
Elementary Education Field Experience
Elementary Education Field Experience in Math and Science
Community Intervention Practicum
Contemporary Issues for First-Generation College Students
For more than twenty years, Dr. Morgan has mentored and coached people who find themselves in transition; from relationships to jobs to completely reinventing themselves. He has worked with everyone from student-athletes, entertainers, persons recently released from prison, academic peers, and those who identify as transgender and non-binary. He is an expert at creating a space where you can show up and do your work.
Dr. Morgan’s coaching/consulting expertise grew from his own life experience. Between earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a master’s degree in Sociology and a Doctorate Degree in Education, he worked in the fitness industry and as a tour guide, eventually moving into the entertainment industry where he began writing and performing stand-up comedy, parlaying that into working with comedians, agents, and producers.
Dr. Dan Morgan specializes in helping people find their voices, especially during times of transition. Whether you are starting a career or changing career paths, starting over after ending a relationship, going through a profound change in your health or moving on after losing a loved one – whatever the transition may be, he will create a space for you to show up and do your work.
Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology 2018 – present http://www.aacsnet.net/
Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) 2017 – 2018
Board Member, International Foundation for Comprehensive Sexual Health and Education, 2014 – 2018
Editorial Board Member, MASAUM Journal of Sociology 2012 - 2014
American Educational Research Association 2008 - 2014
American Sociological Association, 2005 – present http://www.asanet.org/
Pacific Sociological Association, 2005 – 2018 http://www.pacificsoc.org/
PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS FACILITATED
Using Durkheim’s model to understand suicide in trans and non-binary communities: help for caregivers and case managers. Care Resource, SunServe, Broward County, FL. 2018
Creating Fully Online Courses using the Canvas Platform. University of San Francisco, Presenter 2017
Navigating Your First Semester of Community College. Santa Rosa Junior College, 2017; 2016
If There’s No Report, It Never Happened. Allegheny Family Network, Pittsburgh, PA. 2015 - 2016
Getting Published. School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco, 2015
Using iMovie to Facilitate Student Teamwork and Analyze Data. University of San Francisco, 2014
Finding Your Voice: Comparing Gilligan and Kohlberg in Cultural Communication. San Francisco, CA and Honolulu, HI. 2010 – 2012
Are Mahu Youth Safe in Hawaii’s Schools? Kulia Na Mamo, Honolulu, HI (regularly presented to Hawaii school personnel, 2010 - 2012).
All courses that I teach are on the Canvas platform. For course related questions, log into the course, where you will see the course syllabus. If you still have questions, post them in the course Q & A thread. I check in often and am happy to answer any questions that you may have.
If you are enrolled in any courses that I teach, please not the SRJC attendance policy:
Instructors are required to drop all No-Show students immediately following the second class meeting.
A No-Show is an enrolled student who has not attended any class meeting of the course.
For classes that meet online, a No-Show is an enrolled student who has not logged on and initiated active participation by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time of the second day of the class.
I look forward to meeting everyone, whether virtually or face to face.