Past Postdoctoral Fellows
Dr. Michael E. Moore
2017-2019 Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
Dr. Michael Moore served as the Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow in STEM for the Academy for Teaching and Learning and as a Lecturer in the Department of Biology. He was co-founder, coordinator, and instructor for the Baylor Learning Assistant (BLAST) program. Dr. Moore mentored undergraduates in Biology education research and worked with STEM disciplines across Baylor to adapt, develop, and implement ways to promote evidence-supported improvement and overall excellence in their teaching. A native Hoosier, Dr. Moore is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, earning his Ph.D. in Integrative Biology. Dr. Moore's research focuses on student motivations and behaviors during active learning instruction in undergraduate biology courses. He is also very active at the national level in advocating for postdoctoral and graduate student professional development and in promoting inclusion and diversity in STEM.
Dr. Colby Moore
2014-2016 Inaugural Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
Dr. Colby Moore served as the Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow in STEM for the Academy for Teaching and Learning and as a Lecturer in the Department of Biology. She taught introductory biology (BIO1305/1306) and The Natural World in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core (BIC). After her postdoctoral fellowship, Dr. Moore returned to the Boston area as the Education Program Lead for Harvard Medical School's MEDScience initiative for high school STEM education.