Michael H. Morris

Professor of the Practice

Michael H.  Morris

3169 Jenkins Nanovic Halls
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46615

(574) 631-9880
mmorri24@nd.edu

Michael H. Morris

Professor of the Practice


Areas of expertise:  New venture creation, social entrepreneurship and innovation; corporate venturing; entrepreneurship and poverty; entrepreneurial marketing; pedagogy for creativity and entrepreneurship; venture emergence; opportunity recognition; resourcing strategies


Michael H. Morris is a faculty member of the Keough School’s McKenna Center for Human Development and Global Business. He has authored 14 books, 26 book chapters, and more than 140 articles in peer-reviewed journals. He co-edits the Prentice-Hall Entrepreneurship Series and is editor of the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship.

A pioneer in curricular innovation and experiential learning, he has built three university entrepreneurship programs that have been ranked in the top 10 in the United States and earned global recognition for excellence. Morris also is the founder and director of the Experiential Classroom, a clinic that shares best practices in entrepreneurship education with faculty from around the globe.

Morris has worked to bring entrepreneurship empowerment to those operating under conditions of adversity, and this commitment is reflected in his research, teaching, and community engagement efforts. At Notre Dame he has launched the Global Partnership for Poverty and Entrepreneurship, a resource-sharing consortium for scholars, educators, and community leaders, and the Urban Poverty and Business Initiative, which helps low-income members of urban communities develop their own businesses. Morris also coordinates the Entrepreneurship Empowerment in South Africa Program, which enables students to work with historically disadvantaged entrepreneurs in Cape Town, South Africa.

Morris is a past president of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE). He has been awarded the Edwin & Gloria Appel Prize for contributions to entrepreneurship, and the Academy of Management’s Dedication to Entrepreneurship Award. A former Fulbright Scholar, Morris was named a top 20 entrepreneurship professor by Fortune Small Business, and received the Leavey Award from the Freedoms Foundation for impacting private enterprise education. USASBE recognized him as Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year in 2012. He earned a PhD in marketing from Virginia Tech in 1983.

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