Dr. Wayne Moore
Wayne Moore, Professor of English earned Bachelor of Arts and Ph.D. degrees from the University of North Texas, a Master of Arts from Texas A&M University-Commerce, and was selected for post-doctorate studies at Harvard and Stanford. He has served UTB/TSC for more than thirty-five years, first as an English instructor, then chair of the English Department, then several years as Vice President for Administration, and several more as Vice President for Partnership Affairs. Dr. Moore was recognized by the University of North Texas as an Outstanding Alumnus and received the National Teaching Excellence Award by The University of Texas in 1989. Prior to his time at UTB/TSC, he taught high school English in Dallas. In academic year 1998-99, he served as registrar (the chief academic officer) of the National College of Ireland. In addition to publications in the teaching of composition and faculty development, Dr. Moore has developed strategic plans and programs for higher education facilities in Ireland, Texas, and Saudi Arabia and made presentations concerning higher education management, and facilities construction, and maintenance. His current interests include Emily Dickinson, Irish authors (especially W. B. Yeats), and automobile racing.
Ph.D. from University of North Texas
M.A. from Texas A&M Commerce
B.A. from University of North Texas
CV/VITAE: Moore Vitae
Area of Specialty and Responsibility:
High School English Teacher