Professor, Department of DS and MISDr. Morin obtained her BSc (Mathematics) and MSc (Statistics) from the Université de Montréal, and a PhD (1989) in Statistics from McGill University. During her graduate studies, Professor Morin lectured in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at both McGill and Concordia Universities. In 1988 she joined the Faculty of Commerce and Administration of Concordia University. Her major academic interests are business statistics and multivariate statistics, which she has taught in the Undergraduate Program, MBA Professional and Executive Programs, the MSc and the Joint PhD Program.
Her current research interests are focused on university education, namely the impact on technology integration and interdisciplinary on student's learning and acquisition of higher order skills. She has presented her research in several international conferences and published in academic journals. She has co-authored a book entitled Statistics Applied to Canadian Issues, published by Ginn Press.
Over the years, Dr. Morin has held several senior administrative positions at Concordia University, such as Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs, Associate Dean Graduate Programs, Research and Program Evaluation and from 2004 to 2008, she has held the newly created position of Vice-Provost, Academic Programs.
In 2005, Dr. Morin was awarded the YWCA Women of Excellence Award in the Education Category as well as the Concordia Alumni Recognition Award for teaching excellence.
Refereed Conference Presentations
Morin, Danielle, Barrington, J., Dyer, L., Boutchkova, M. and Thomas, J.D.E. The “Clicker” Project: A Scholarly Approach to Technology Integration, (in proceedings) 15th EDiNEB Conference, Advances in Business Education and Training, Malaga, Spain, (June 2008).
Danielle MorinProfessor, Department of DS and MIS
PhD (McGill University)
Contact InformationJohn Molson School of Business
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Canada H3G 1M8
Office: MB 12.109
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext 5438
Area of Expertise
- Multivariate statistics
- Retention strategies and education