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Resume Wayne John Moore, Jr., Ph.D. Telephone:
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Wayne John Moore, Jr., Ph.D.
UTB Office: MRC South 250
Telephone:
Office: (956) 882-7600
email: [email protected]
Education
Doctor of Philosophy, University of North Texas, 1984.
Master of Arts, Texas A&M Commerce, 1972.
Bachelor of Arts, North Texas State University, 1967.
Institute for Educational Management, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University,
1995.
Executive Management and Leadership Institute, Stanford University, Western Association of
College and University Business Officers, 1990.
Professional Experience:
Jan. 2011 June 2010 –
Dec. 2010
Professor of English
Special Assistant to the Provost for Partnership Affairs and Professor of English
Special assignment to oversee TSC District Office and provide advice and
counsel on possible new partnership agreements.
Sept. 2009 –
May 2010
Professor of English
Jan. 2007 –
Aug. 2009
Special Assistant to President for New Construction and Professor of English
Responsibilities include advising President on master facilities planning,
legislative funding issues, TSC reorganization, as well as advising on design and
construction of more than $90M in new campus construction, and serving as
tenured professor in the Department of English and Graduate Faculty College of
Liberal Arts. Served on negotiations team representing college in negotiations
with Department of Homeland Security fall 2008 and spring 2009 and assigned
responsibility for completion of UTBTSC Perimeter Fence.
May 2006 –
Dec. 2006
Interim Vice President for Partnership Affairs
Served until replacement employed after departure of VP. Responsibilities
included supervision of Physical plant, Assistant VP for Construction, TSC Board
operations, supervision of all financial and operational aspects of Southmost
Union Junior College District, coordination of land acquisition, advising UTB/TSC
president, liaison to Texas Association of Community Colleges, and supervision
of Internal Audit Department.
Feb. 2002 –
May 2006
Special Assistant to President for New Construction and Professor of
English
Responsibilities include advising President on master facilities planning,
acquisition and bond funding for purchase of more than 600,000 square feet of
additional instructional space acquired in summer 2002, legislative funding
issues, and emerging institutions research as well as the coordination and
supervision of design and construction of Education and Business Complex, the
Technical Training Center, the ITEC Campus renovations and master plan,
revision of Master Plan, and serving as tenured professor in the Department of
English.
1999 – 2002
Vice President for Administration and Partnership Affairs
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Responsibilities included master facilities planning, coordination and supervision
of new construction including Life and Health Sciences Building, coordination of
programming and design development of Business and Education building,
UTB/TSC representative in design development of Regional Academic Health
Center for UT School of Public Health Houston on Brownsville campus, the
Technical Training Center, the new bookstore completed July 2000, and the
Student Union completed in summer 2002, supervision of Physical Plant
Department, coordination of institutional effectiveness, supervision of all financial
and operational aspects of Southmost Union Junior College District, coordination
of land acquisition, advising UTB/TSC president, liaison to Texas Association of
Community Colleges, and supervision of Internal Audit Department.
Faculty Position: Tenured Professor of English
Graduate Faculty College of Liberal Arts
Fall 1999
Interim Vice President for Business Affairs and
Vice President for Administration and Partnership Affairs
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Served as chief fiscal officer and supervised Human Resources, Business Office, Budget
Office, Information Systems Department, Security, Health and Safety Department,
Purchasing Department, Records Management, and Physical Plant Department in
addition to responsibilities as VP for Administration and Partnership Affairs.
Faculty Position: Tenured Professor of English
Graduate Faculty College of Liberal Arts
1998 to 1999
Registrar
National College of Ireland Dublin, Ireland
(On Leave from The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost
College)
Chief academic officer of the College. Responsibilities included development and
implementation of faculty evaluation policies, reorganization of admissions,
revision of enrollment policies and procedures, supervision of the selection and
installation of integrated student records software, revision of institutional policy
manual, negotiations with faculty and staff union, development of new master’s
degree program, coordination with Irish National Council of Educational Awards,
and coordination of program and design development of new building and
campus in Dublin International Financial Services Center at the Docklands.
1997 to 1998
Vice President for Administration and Partnership Affairs
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Responsibilities included master facilities planning, coordination and supervision
of new construction including Life and Health Sciences Building, coordination of
institutional effectiveness, supervision and liaison with Southmost Union Junior
College District, coordination of land acquisition, advising UTB/TSC president,
liaison to Texas Association of Community Colleges, and supervision of Internal
Audit Department.
Faculty Position: Tenured Professor of English
Graduate Faculty College of Liberal Arts
1994 to 1997
Vice President for Administration and Planning
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Responsibilities included serving as chief executive office in absence of
president, master facilities planning, coordination of new construction, strategic
planning, liaison with Texas Southmost College, and supervision of departments
of Internal Audit, Public Relations, Institutional Research and Planning, and Public
Information.
Faculty Position: Tenured Professor of English
1993 to 1994
Vice President for Administration and Planning
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Loaned Executive
acting as Executive Director of Texas Southmost College
Responsibilities included Board of Trustees relations and daily operations of Southmost
Union Junior College District while Executive Director was on leave and UTB/TSC
campus master facilities planning, oversight and coordination of design development of
Science and Engineering Technology Complex.
Faculty Position: Tenured Professor of English
1991 to 1993
Vice President for Business Affairs
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Responsibilities as chief fiscal officer included supervision of Business Office,
Purchasing, Records Management, Physical Plant, Security, Institutional Research, Media
Center, Administrative Computer Resources, and Personnel.
1986 to 1991
Vice President for Administrative Affairs
Texas Southmost College
Responsibilities as chief fiscal officer included supervision of Admissions, Registrar,
Counseling, Athletics, Student Activities, Testing, Financial Aid, Business Office, Physical
Plant, Security, Institutional Research, Media Center, Administrative Computer
Resources, and Personnel, as well as serving as the college's representative and
supervisor of award winning campus renovation and new construction.
1985 to 1986
Chairman of Department of English, Reading, Speech and Journalism
Texas Southmost College
1976 to 1985
English Faculty, Texas Southmost College
1967 to 1975
English Faculty
W. W. Samuell High School, Dallas, Texas
English Teacher
Avalon Independent School District, Avalon, Texas
Spring 1967
Selected Publications and Presentations
“Border Fence Challenge: Unpredictable Added Value of Broad Based Planning” with Veronica
Mendez. Society for College and University Planning, Southern Regional Conference
2009. Oct. 7-9, 2009. Memphis Tennessee.
"Joyce's 'Araby,' Updike's 'A & P,' and Casares's 'Yolanda.'" 10th International Conference on the
Short Story in English. June 19-22, 2008. Cork, Ireland.
"Strategic Space Management in a Dynamic Campus Environment" with John Ronnau, Veronica
Mendez, and Andres Adujar of 3DI Inc., 2004 Southern Regional Conference, Society for
College and University Planning, Austin, Texas, October 25, 2004.
“Evolution of a Campus Master Plan: A Case Study of Texas Southmost College, “ with Bill
Reeves, Partner Marmon Mok Architects, 2000 Midcontinent Regional Conference,
Society for College and University Planning, San Antonio, Texas, November 2, 2000.
“Fitting It All Together with Business Partnerships,” with William Reeves, Partner, Mormon Mok
Architects, Midcontinent Regional Conference, Society for College and University
Planning. Tucson, Arizona. October 29, 1999.
"Faculty Development Activities and Evaluation in Texas Community Colleges," with Dr. Russ
Richardson, Community Junior College Quarterly of Research and Practice, 11: 19-32, 1987.
"The Value of Faculty Development," with Dr. Russ Richardson presented to Texas
Association of Junior and Community College Administrators at annual meeting, Austin,
Texas, February 1986.
"Word Processing in Freshman Comp," Computers and Composition, 3, November 1985, 55-60.
"Grading Scales in Freshman Composition," Written Communication, 2, October 1985, 492-497.
Construction Manager's Manual, for Drennan Company, 1985.
"The Majestic," Essay in Southwest Regional Conference of Teachers of English in Two-Year
College Newsletter, Fall 1985.
"Computers in Freshman Composition and Technical Writing," at Compufest, Lamar University,
Beaumont, Texas, April 1985.
"The Local Faculty Organization" at workshop for faculty leaders, Texas Junior College Teacher's
Association, Austin, September 1981.
Editor of TSC Self-Study Report 1980-81 submitted to Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools, 1981.
"College Freshman Composition: How Is It Taught?" Workshop for Texas Joint Council of
Teachers of English, September 29, 1978.
"Expectations and Methods for Composition: A Realistic View," Workshop for English Teachers,
Brownsville Independent School District, November 1977.
"The Evaluation of Writing," Conference for Texas Joint Council of Teachers of English, Texas
A&I University, September 23, 1977.
Committee Assignments and Offices Held
Member Graduate Committee, English Department, 2008-09.
Member Composition Committee, English Department 2009-2010.
Member UTB/TSC Construction Council for design and implementation of $68M Bond
Construction, 2004-2009.
Advisor to Vice President for Administration and Partnership Affairs for UTB/TSC Campus
Master Plan Published Fall 2004.
Member and Co-Coordinator, Physical Facilities Task Force, Futures Commission, University of
Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, Spring 2004.
Co-Chairman of Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Committee, UTB/TSC. 1996-1998 & 1999
2001
Member Strategic Planning Committee, UTB/TSC. 1996-98 & 1999-00
Member-at-Large, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, 1994.
Co-Chair Business Affairs Partnership Committee, UTB/TSC 1991-93.
President, Brownsville Kiwanis Club, 1989.
Member, Downtown Development Corporation of Brownsville, 1989.
Member, Executive Board, Brownsville Kiwanis Club, 1988-89 and 1990.
Elected member Texas Southmost College Faculty Standards, Discipline, and Tenure
Committee, 1982-85, Chairman 1984-85.
Chairman, Membership Committee, Texas Junior College Teachers Association,
1986-87, Member 1985-86.
Member, Professional Development Committee, Texas Junior College Teachers
Association, 1981-85.
Chairman, Freshman English Committee, Texas Southmost College, 1984-85.
President, Texas Southmost College Faculty Association, 1980-82.
Secretary, Texas Joint Council of Teachers of English, District I & II, 1980-81.
Advisory Committee Member, Texas Joint Council of Teachers of English, District I &
II, 1979.
Activities and Awards
Consultation and editing “Five Year Strategic Plan.” National College of Ireland. Dublin
Ireland. July and September 2006.
Co-authoring novel with Michael Putegnat with working title Escape. In progress. Expected
publication July 2010.
Editor for Laguna a novel by Michael Putegant. Synergy Books. Austin, Texas. May 2006. Winner
of Independent Publishers Book Award for Best Regional Fiction – South. 2007.
Consultation and Discussion Leader, Campus Planning, Deferred Maintenance, and Facilities
Funding Workshop, Blinn College Board of Trustees, Blinn College, Brenham, Texas,
August 30-31, 2004.
Consultation and Design Review, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Al-Khobar, Saudi
Arabia, Texas International Education Consortium, Summer 2004.
Summer Institute on College Teaching, Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education, The
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg Virginia, June 8-13, 2003.
James Joyce Summer School, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, July 2001.
Outstanding Alumnus in Higher Education 2001, University of North Texas, April 27, 2001,
Denton, Texas.
Developed program revisions and coordination for Docklands campus for National College of
Ireland. Dublin, Ireland. March 2000.
Consultation and preparation of facility program for “Docklands Campus” including proposal
review and editing for National College of Industrial Relations, Dublin, Ireland, April 1998.
Co-authored “UTB/TSC Substantive Change Procedure E Accreditation Prospectus” with Joe
Stafford, Juliet Garcia, Marylin Myers and Michael Putegnat for Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools, 1996.
United States Department of the Interior National Park Service Special Commendation for
contribution to the establishment of the Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Site. May 8,
1993.
Co-authored with Francie Frederick (UT System) and Michael Putegnat (TSC Executive Director),
five Interagency Agreements adopted by The University of Texas Board of Regents and
Texas Southmost College Board of Trustees which form the basis for the innovative
university-community college partnership.
Designed, with Michael Putegnat, Executive Director of TSC, the financial model on which the
UTB/TSC Partnership continues to successfully operate. 1991-1992.
Executive Management Leadership Institute, League for Innovation in the Community College,
Newport Beach, California, 1991.
National Teaching Excellence Award, University of Texas Study, 1989.
Teaching Excellence Award, Texas Southmost College, Spring 1985.
Award was based on student, colleague, and administrative evaluation which included
classroom observations.
Founding Editor of the Exchange, 1983-85. An in house publication for TSC designed to provide
an exchange of ideas about teaching. Publication remained active until 1993.
Courses taught included developmental writing, freshman composition, business and industrial
writing, American literature, English literature, Shakespeare, composition techniques,
introduction to descriptive linguistics, and graduate course in Administration of
Educational Facilities
Honors Instructor, TSC 1982-83 and 1984-85.
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