Candace M. Moore Associate Clinical ProfessorPh.D.University of Georgia(2011) Home People Candace M. Moore Department: Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education Division: HESICurriculum Vitae: Curriculum VitaeEmail Address: email@example.comPhone Number: (301) 405-6872Location: 3214 Benjamin Building Bio Candace M. Moore, Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor in the Higher Education, Student Affairs, International Education Policy (HESI) program and Director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education (CDIHE) within the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education (CHSE) in the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her pronouns are she/her/hers. She earned her Ph.D. in Counseling and Student Personnel Services from the University of Georgia. Prior to joining UMD, she served on the faculty in the College Student Affairs Administration program at the University of Georgia. Dr. Moore also was the program coordinator and co-developer of the Student Affairs Leadership Ed.D. program. Dr. Moore's research agenda is two tiered with a focus on: 1) Qualitative research methodologies—critical research; narrative research; epistemological pathways, and 2) Inclusive campus environments—Black student identity development; student success at historically Black colleges and universities; LGBTQ student development; student athlete transitions; contingent faculty development; student affairs practice and graduate preparation programs in tertiary education within the context of Ghana, West Africa. As a former student affairs administrator, Dr. Moore is committed to educating, learning from others, and promoting inclusive education environments in higher education. It is important for her to bring her practical skills to the classroom, informing an intentional pathway of applying theory to practice in higher education/student affairs spaces. Moreover, her engagement with higher education in Ghana, West Africa is supported through study abroad programs and a newly formed research agenda related to student affairs practice and graduate education in Ghanaian higher education. Throughout her career, she has presented research at the local, state, regional, and national levels. She is thrilled to be a member of the thriving scholar-practitioner community at UMD, committed to advancing a social justice agenda in education and practice. Honors & Awards ACPA’s Commission of Global Dimensions of Student Development’s Outstanding International Education Award, co-recipient, 2019 National Association of Student Personnel Administrator (NASPA) Region III Outstanding Contribution to Teaching Award, recipient, 2016 University of Georgia, Multicultural Programs and Services, The Leslie K. Bates Medal of Excellence, recipient, 2014 Georgia College Personnel Association (GCPA) Outstanding Doctoral Student, recipient, 2011 University of Georgia, College Student Affairs Administration, Roger Winston Outstanding Doctoral Student, recipient, 2011 Oglethorpe University, Donald C. Agnew Award for Distinguished Service, recipient, 2005 Publications Selected pieces: Jones Boss, G. M., Porter, C. J., Davis, T. J., & Moore, C. M. (2018). Second to None: Contingent Women of Color Faculty in the Classroom. R. Jeffries (Ed). Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity in Contemporary Higher Education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Lange, A. C. & Moore, C. M. (2017). Kaleidoscope Views: Using the Theoretical Borderlands to Understand the Experiences of Gay Cis-Men. Journal of College Student Development, 56 (6), 818-832. Maddox-Moore, C.E., Martin, J.A., & Collier, J.C. (March, 2016). Finding community in the intersections. 2016 NASPA Annual Conference: The Annual Knowledge Community Conference Publication. Retrieved from http://apps.naspa.org/files/2016-naspa-final.pdf Moore, C.M., Nefos-Webb, S., Smith, C.V., Lacy, M., & Martin, T. (2018). Telling a story of student success at HBCUs: Barriers for researchers at a PWI. In S. Davis & W. Kimbrough (Eds). Models of Success: How historically Black Colleges and Universities survive the economic recession. Charlotte, NC: Information Age. Maddox, C. E., Cauthen, T.W. III, & Cooper, D. L. (Eds.). (2014). Academic and student affairs collaborations. Special Issue of the Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs. Retrieved from https://sites.google.com/site/gcpajournal/home/2014-special-guest-issue Porter, C. J. & Maddox, C. E. (2014). Using Critical Race Theory and intersectionality to explore a Black lesbian’s life in college: An analysis of Skye’s narrative. NASAP Journal, 15(2), 25-40. Grants & Projects Dr. Moore serves as the Director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education (CDIHE). The Center is situated in the Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education department of the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park. This newly formed research and outreach center will become the national center for professional standards in the field and be a source for consultation and guidance for universities across the country and abroad on critical issues related to diversity and inclusion in higher education. The center is committed to engaging with a wealth of diverse communities, federal government agencies, higher education institutions, and international partners to set an ambitious agenda for the development and distribution of research and scholarship on diversity and inclusion issues in higher education.