Susan Schnorr

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
B.S. Instructional Design & Technology

Susan Schnorr has consulted in the corporate sector, since 1996, designing and delivering instructional solutions for Fortune 100 companies. She teaches in the MS in Instructional Design and Technology program and is a facilitator for Walden’s New Faculty Orientation programs.


MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

BA, University of South Carolina


Schnorr, S. (2017). Becoming Proficient and Efficient … A New Instructor's Nightmare?.

Fenton, C., Schnorr, S. (2018). Big Ideas for Leading Small Discussion Groups.

Schnorr, S. (2020). Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Meeting Students’ Needs in Turbulent Times. Walden University

Schnorr, S. (2022). It's Easier To Learn When You Are Having Fun: How To Help Students Learn Like Crazy!.

Schnorr, S. (2010). Networking Know-How for Business and Career Success. College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR)

Schnorr, S. (2021). Suddenly There is an Intersection between Customer Service and Faculty Excellence. Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium

Schnorr, S., Porter, P. (2019). Trading the Red Pen for the Right Technology .