Listening to students and others who wish to learn and grow, Dr. Moore fosters well-being through her educational, scholarly and consultative work in academia, training and civic service.
Dr. Moore and her students, Lauren Moglelnicki and Maddy Rosenberg (both Skidmore class of 2014), after they presented their interdicisplinary thesis on a nutrition intervention for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
With wonderfully inspiring people who received certificates from the Bridges to Skidmore program, in which students mentor and professors deliver accessible lectures for persons with disabilities to receive certificates and great educational experience.
Dr. Moore with Randy Castillo (Skidmore class of 2015) after a moving tribute during his art show hosted at the local senior center in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Dr. Moore speaks widely on issues such as those related to care and end-of-life decisions for the dying; the phenomenon of missing persons and its effect on the lives of those left behind; and, recovering from divorce or other traumatic separations.
Dr. Moore after receiving the Mit Joyner Award with Ashley Reynolds (Skidmore class of 2014) and Terri Kennedy (fellow gerontologist from Arizona State University.
Rose's daughter has been missing for years. Dr. Moore considers it a sacred trust to hear her story - and too many stories like hers - as part of her research into offering care and support to families missing loved ones.
Dr. Moore with her International Partnership for Service Learning study group in Chiang Mai, Thailand, at a school for children at risk.
Dr. Moore talking to students about homes for the dying in C.A.R.E.