Michael Morris is Professor of Psychology at the University of New Haven, where he directs the Master’s Program in Community Psychology. He holds a Ph.D. in Community-Social Psychology from Boston College, and does research on the ethical challenges that program evaluators encounter in their work. He is also a faculty member at The Evaluators’ Institute at George Washington University and the AEA/CDC Summer Evaluation Institute in Atlanta, where he offers training in ethical issues and professional standards in evaluation. Dr. Morris has authored three books, the most recent being Evaluation Ethics for Best Practice: Cases and Commentaries. For the past three decades he has worked as a consultant with a variety of human-services, public-sector, and not-for-profit settings.