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OCCC Faculty

Stephen Morrow

Professor of English
Division of Arts, 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, Stephen Morrow is a teacher.

He studied Philosophy at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania and at The University of Dallas. While there, he became very interested in both the Philosophy of Religion and the Philosophy of Science, two great loves of his life still to this day, with an evolving love for the Philosophy of Peace. He studied English and Education at Oklahoma City University, and now uses all of his incredible education in the Humanities as a source of both knowledge and passion in his classes. He has even studied cooperative learning with two gurus of the field, David and Roger Johnson.

His great intellectual hero is Parker Palmer and is proud to now call him friend and colleague. He is involved through Mr. Parker’s organization, Courage and Renewal, and is now involved in his new work in revitalizing democracy.

Mr. Morrow has a deep love for students, the field of Humanities, and teaching. You will always be welcome in his courses and will be treated like an equal Socratic soul-all of just trying to figure out this big, beautiful world!

Stephen Morrow

Phone: (405) 682-1611, ext 7350
Office location: Visual and Performing Arts Center - Room 105
Office hours:

Office Hours vary each semester. Please contact professor or division office for current hours.

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