Sarah has a background in psychology research and education and has worked in program evaluation in various non-profit and educational settings. In her current role, she is responsible for the ongoing assessment of Waterloo’s pharmacy programs. Sarah also holds an interest in educational practices and conducts academic research on pharmacy education in her role at the University of Waterloo.
Office: PHR 5012
Phone: 519-888-4567, ext.21304
- Program evaluation
- Pharmacy education practices and tools
- Student assessment
- Diversity in higher education
Sarah’s graduate work was largely focused on interpersonal relationships and social stigma. She has since begun conducting research in pharmacy education, examining educational tools and practices that best prepare students for their work as pharmacists.
Moroz, S. (2019). Modern Homonegativity and LGBTQ Activism: The Role of Identity and Behaviour in Attitude Formation (Dissertation). https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/etd/6420/
Moroz, S., Chen, S., Daljeet, K., & Campbell, L. (2018). The dark triad and break-up distress. Personality and Individual Differences, 132, 52-59.
Moroz, S. (2016). Gender and Microaggressions. In R. Parker, J. Pelletier, & E. Croft (Eds.), WWEST's Gender Diversity 101: Facts on Women in Engineering and Science. San Francisco: Blurb.
Besner, D., Moroz, S., & O’Malley, S. (2011). On the strength of connections between localist mental modules as a source of frequency-of-occurrence effects. Psychological Science, 22(3), 393-398.
Awards and Distinctions
SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship (Doctoral), 2015-18
CPA Morrison Award for LGBTQ+ Inclusive Research, 2015
Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 2014-15
SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship (Master’s), 2013-14
2019 – Western University – PhD in Social Psychology
2015 – Western University – MSc in Social Psychology
2013 – University of Waterloo – BA in Psychology