OCCC Faculty

Stephen Morrow

Professor of English
Division of English and Humanities
Programs: English

Courses Taught

Composition I
Critical Thinking
Intro to Logic
Advocates of Peace
Intro to Philosophy
History of Science
Philosophy of Science


At heart, I am a teacher.

I studied Philosophy at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania and at The University of Dallas.  I became very interested in both the Philosophy of Religion and the Philosophy of Science, two great loves of my life still today, with an evolving love for the Philosophy of Peace.  I studied English and Education at Oklahoma City University, and now use all my incredible education in the Humanities as a source of both knowledge and passion in my classes.

I have studied cooperative learning with the two gurus of the field, David and Roger Johnson.

My great intellectual hero is Parker Palmer, and  I am proud to say he is now a friend and someone whom I work with professionally.  I am involved through his organization, Courage and Renewal, and I am now involved in his new work in revitalizing democracy.

I love our students, my field of the Humanities, and teaching.  You will always be welcome in my courses and will be treated like an equal Socratic soul-all of just trying to figure out this big, beautiful world!

One of the great loves in my life has been film.  To that end, I am pursing a Certificate of Mastery in our incredible OCCC Program, Digital Cinema Production.

I have had a wonderful opportunity and have become OCCC’s first Faculty Liaison for Service and Student Engagement.  I work with Student Life, and my first task has been to help create a Student Mentoring Program, Student 2 Student

Stephen Morrow

Email: smorrow@occc.edu
Phone: (405) 682-1611 x7350
Office location: Visual and Performing Arts Center - Room 105
Office hours:

Please refer to your syllabus for my office hours. If you are not currently enrolled in one of my classes, please email me or give me a call. That contact information is provided on this page. Or contact the Division of English and Humanities at 405-682-7558 to get my current office hours.

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