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Organizational Leadership and Information Analytics

Professional Experience

Christina Morrin has seven years of teaching experience in the statistics, analytics, and mathematics fields. In addition to teaching in the MSOL program she is currently a Practioner in Residence in the math and physics department at the University of New Haven. Before transitioning to the University of New Haven she spent four and a half years as an instructor in the Organizational Leadership and Information Analytics division of the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder.  She completed her undergraduate degrees in mathematics and secondary education at Merrimack College and her master's in statistics at the University of Delaware. She previously taught mathematics at both the high school and community college levels as well as worked as an intern Data Analyst for J.P Morgan Chase.


  • MS, Statistics
    University of Delaware
  • BS, Mathematics
    Merrimack College, Summa Cum Laude, Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society
  • BA, Secondary Education
    Merrimack College, Summa Cum Laude

Recent Professional Activities                    

  • Hiring Committee, Hiring Committee member for three Information Management Instructors (Spring 2021)
  • Teaching Excellence Series Speaker, "Engaging Students During Online Education" (2020). Spoke to over 120 colleagues. Speaking invitation based on positive student survey feedback after switching to remote learning during the Spring of 2020.
  • Online Point Person, Support for faculty during transition to remote learning (2020). Duties included set-up support for Canvas (LMS), Zoom lectures, and online test proctoring platform, ‘Proctorio’.
  • Course Developer, Intro to Information Management and Analytics (2018), a course that introduces students to using an automated machine learning tool, Data Robot, for business insights. The course is taken by more than 1,000 students annually. Development included creation of all lecture slides, assignments, and assessments.  
  • Faculty Point Person, For 15 sections (80 students each) annually of Intro to Information Management and Analytics (2018-2020), duties included coordinating course materials across all instructors, providing instructor assistance with questions on course content and technology, hiring TA’s for all sections, and organizing teaching assistant office hours.
  • Faculty Advising Member, Business Certificate Massive Online Open Course (MOOC)- Open Educational Resource (OER) Specialist, (2018-present), duties include creation of a business specific OER repository in collaboration with library services, pairing faculty with open access materials, and peer-review of faculty guide for creating a MOOC.
  • Thesis Committee Member, Non-division faculty member for undergraduate economics honor’s thesis defense (2018)
  • Online Course Reviewer, Analytics and data driven decision making for MS in Organizational Leadership program (2018)
  • Faculty Mentor, Diversity Affairs Program (2017-Present)
  • Master’s Program Proposal Committee Member, Digital Leadership (2018)
  • Co-Advisor, National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2018-2021)
  • Course Proposal Committee Member, Leadership in a Digital Age (Capstone course for division) (2017)

Honors and Awards

  • Joseph L. Frascona Teaching Excellence Award nominee, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021. Nominations are made for those faculty “…who go beyond the bounds of ‘textbook teaching’ and strive to inspire students, to engage students’ minds and develop mental powers, to influence students to take perspective, and in the words of the Falkenberg family ‘move the students’ minds to see what is going on around them.'”
  • Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society- Charter member, 2013
  • Presidential Scholar - Merrimack College, 2013
  • U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-American, 2009, 2010, 2012