DR. ELIZABETH MORROW is the creator and developer of NoteSense®, the first and only music notation reading system designed according to the principles used in evidence-based dyslexia remediation programs.
Dr. Morrow retired from the position of Professor of Cello at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2012 after 21 years of teaching. She is a dedicated pedagogue who has been an active presenter at American String Teachers Association conventions, Texas Music Educators conventions, and a contributor to the ASTA journal (AST) and Strad Magazine. Dr. Morrow was founder and director of the Texas Cello Academy, an annual summer course and festival held at the University of Texas at Arlington from 2000-2011. While Professor of Cello at UT, she was inducted into the University’s Academy of Distinguished Teachers, and in summer 2009, was awarded the University of Texas System’s Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award.
Dr. Morrow began teaching reading to dyslexic children in 2003. She is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University Language Therapist Certification Program, and holds the titles Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT) and Licensed Dyslexia Therapist (LDT). In addition to her daily work with dyslexic children, Dr. Morrow continues to teach cello privately and perform in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. She lives in Arlington, Texas with her husband Chuck and their cat Mannix.