Morris, Victor

Master thesis: 
Assessing Access to Basic Health Service Delivery in Post Ebola Southeastern Liberia

Victor T.K. Morris was born on March 3, 1975 in Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia. Completed his secondary education at the St. Michael Catholic School in New Georgia, Gardnersville in 1996. He later matriculated to the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) from 1998 to 2005 where he studied Sociology with minor emphasis in English Literature. He walked out of the AMEU with an honorary Bachelor Degree in 2005. Since then, our guest speaker has been in the field of teaching and writing. In 2015, Mr. Morris was awarded a partial grant for a graduate study from the European Union to study Sociology of Law or Social Legal Studies at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law in Onati, Spain. He completed his studies in 2016 and proudly returned home with a MA degree, Cum Laude. Victor Morris has almost twelve years of experience as a social advocate, four years of working experience as a professional banker, and has served as a consultant for the Ministry of Planning and Development and USAID as an Economic Research Assistant. He is currently the Director for Student Development and Learning Support Services at the William V.S. Tubman University in Harper city, Maryland County. He also provides adjunct services to the university offering Sociology and English courses to undergraduate students.  He is a protestant and is legally married to beautiful Mrs. Valarie Massa- Smith Morris and is blessed with a pair of kids, Victoria and Theophilus Morris.  Email:

Experience in Oñati: 

Studying at the IISL as an African was for me the most interesting period in my professional and educational sojourn. The staff of the university are awesome. Their reception and warmth makes you want to stay in Onati. The Professors come to the program  with their very best and leaving a lasting impression on the students. Most important of all is the diversity that exists among the students of the Master's program. Its just remarkable !