Hall of Famer. National women’s champion in rifle shooting. Tennis coach. Professor. Physician assistant. Dr. Dee Morris joined Cedarville’s faculty in 1977, and she continues to impact students as a Professor of Allied Health. She still serves as a physician assistant in Springfield, Ohio. She served as the Lady Jackets tennis coach from 2007 until 2018 and is a member of three different athletic Halls of Fame. But for all she’s accomplished, retirement isn’t on the horizon. She has so much more to do.
Dr. Morris is a member of the athletic Hall of Fame for her alma mater, Geneva College, for Cedarville University, and for the National Christian College Athletic Association.
Dr. Morris is a licensed physician assistant and was the first person to recommend that Cedarville offer a physician assistant program, which is scheduled to begin in 2022, pending external approvals.
Synopsis – Dee Morris is a professor and healthcare provider who keeps pushing on.
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