Interview with Dr. Brett Morris, Education
This video is part of a series used in the online section of VTS 200 Introduction to Veterans Studies, taught exclusively at Eastern Kentucky University. Click here to take the first step in earning a Minor or Certificate in Veterans Studies.
Dr. Brett Morris is the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at the University of North Georgia. Dr. Morris is formerly the Executive Director for Enrollment Management at Eastern Kentucky University. At EKU, he was responsible for domestic and international undergraduate recruitment operations, admissions, and financial and transition assistance to prospective students seeking entry to the university.
Dr. Morris holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising from Texas Tech University and a Masters in National Security Affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. In 2013, he earned his doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from EKU’s College of Education. Dr. Morris is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel who served his final tour on active duty at EKU as the Professor of Military Science and Leadership from 1999-2004. Before his military retirement in 2005 he established and taught the Junior ROTC program at George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester, Kentucky.
In 2010, he returned to EKU to serve as the Associate Director for Veterans Affairs, launching Operation Veteran Success, establishing Eastern Kentucky University as one of the preeminent providers of educational services to military personnel and veterans.