LTC Morrow enlisted in the Army in 1983 and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant before he received an appointment to attend the Military Academy. He was commissioned as an Army aviator and is rated in the UH-1 and UH-60; his many aviation assignments include command of an Aviation company in the 82nd Airborne Division. He is now serving as a Strategic Intelligence Officer and has deployed three times in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, most recently serving as the Deputy J2 for the Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command - Afghanistan (CFSOCC-A). LTC Morrow is an Army jumpmaster, and a graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College and the Armed Forces Staff College. He enjoys travel, swimming, running, classic cars, and spending time with his wife and three daughters.
- Ph.D. (Psychology), Penn State University
- M.S.S.I. (Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence), National Intelligence University
- M.S. (Psychology), Penn State University
- B.S. (Military History), United States Military Academy
Hampton, S. E., & Morrow, C.D. (2003). Reflective Journaling and Assessment. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 129(4), 186-189.
Hampton, S. E., Morrow, C.D., Bechtel, A. & Carroll, M. (2003). A Systematic, Hands-On, Reflective and Effective (SHORE) approach to faculty development for new and seasoned faculty. To Improve the Academy, 22, 156-171.
Hampton, S. E. & Morrow, C. D. (2003). Enhancing self-awareness and learning through reflective journaling and assessment, Excellence in Teaching at USMA: Faculty Contributions to Teaching and Learning, Fall, 14-15.
His current research is focused on gender development and the influence of being raised in a military environment on children's occupational aspirations