Ronald C. Morren
- Ed.D. New Mexico State University, 1977
- M.A. Teaching New Mexico State University, 1969
- M.A. Michigan State University, 1967
- B.S. Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee, 1964
- Associate Professor in the Department of Language Development, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas (1999– )
- Adjunct Associate Professor, Linguistic Department, University of Texas at Arlington (1984– )
- International Literacy and Education Consultant, SIL (2005– )
- Fulbright Senior Scholar Lecture/Research Grant. August 16-December 16, 1999. Recipient of a Fulbright Grant in the applied linguistics field of trilingual education. Host institution: Corporacion Cristiana Universitaria (The Christian University), San Andres Island, Colombia, South America.
- Fulbright-Hayes Academic Specialist in Bilingual Education Grant. June 4-July 2, 1994. Received a second Fulbright-Hayes Grant to serve in Honduras as an advisor to the Miskito Language Bilingual Education Curriculum Development Committee.
- Fulbright-Hayes Academic Specialist in Bilingual Education Grant. Jul 11-Aug 21,1993. Recipient of a Fulbright-Hayes Grant to serve in Honduras as an advisor to the Miskito Language Bilingual Education Curriculum Development Committee.
- National Association for Bilingual Education (1998– )
- Society for Caribbean Linguistics (2003– )
- English (native speaker)
- Spanish, Level 3+
- Bi- and Multilingual Education curriculum development
- Teacher training for the above
Chapter in Book: (to appear – 2008?). Trilingual Education (Creole, English, and Spanish) on the Western Caribbean Islands of San Andres, Providence, and Santa Catalina. In Creoles in Education. Bettina Migge and Isabelle Leglise, eds. Society for Caribbean Linguistics.
August 2-6, 2006. Society for Caribbean Linguistics Conference held in Dominica, West Indies. The theme of the conference was "Caribbean Language Studies and Educational Development " Presentation of two papers.
- “Report of Jamaica’s Bilingual Education Project” Co-presenters, Diane Morren, SIL International, and Hubert Devonish, and Karen Carpenter, both of the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica
- “Songs, Poems, and Nursery Rhymes to Teach Standard English to Creole-Speaking Children.” Co-presenter, Diane Morren, SIL International.