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Hazel Ann Morrow-Jones

city and regional planning educator

Hazel Ann Morrow-Jones, American city and regional planning educator. Recipient Huntington award, Ohio State University, 1980; research grantee, National Science Foundation, 1986-1988, Association American Geographers, 1986, Housing and Urban Development, 1985.

Background

Morrow-Jones, Hazel Ann was born on June 1, 1952 in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Delbert Leroy and Doris Dean (Clark) Morrow-Jones.

Education

Bachelor, Macalester College, St. Paul, 1974. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, 1980.

Career

Assistant professor geography University Colorado, Boulder, 1980-1988. Assistant professor city and regional planning Ohio State University, Columbus, 1988-1991, associate professor, since 1991, faculty fellow Office Geriatrics and Gerontology, since 1988, consultant on rural homelessness social work project, since 1989. Member professional staff Institute Behavioral Science, Boulder, 1984-1988.

Panel member Ohio Housing Research Network, Cleveland, since 1989. Consultant Columbus Housing Partnership, since 1991.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Member National Council Geography Education, Population Association American, American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, Associate Collegiate Schools Planning, American Planning Association, Population Geography Specialty Group (board directors 1984-1987), Urban Geography Specialty Group (past chairman board).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, cooking, needlecrafts, music, books.

Connections

Married Charles Ralph Morrow-Jones, May 19, 1974.

father:
Delbert Leroy Morrow-Jones

mother:
Doris Dean (Clark) Morrow-Jones

spouse:
Charles Ralph Morrow-Jones