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Marilyn D. Moore, MA, M.A.

Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences
Blackboard In-Service Training for Faculty

Office Phone: (951) 343-4220
E-mail: mmoore@calbaptist.edu
Office Location: W. E. James Building, Room 127
Office Hours:

Degree Major Emphasis Institution Year
M.A. Sociology California State University, Fullerton 1999
B.A. Sociology California State University, Fullerton 1997
A.A. General Education Golden West College 1994

Courses Taught

Introduction to Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Culture and Personality
Human Behavior and the Social Environment I and II
Marriage and the Family
Social Theory
Deviant Behavior
Group Dynamics and Social Movements
Race and Ethnicity
Social Stratification
Youth at Risk
Sociology and Religion
Lifespan Development
Sociology of Sports
Social Psychology: Child Development
American Political and Social Institutions
Intermediate American Sign Language

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Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests

Assessment and Student Learning
Popular Culture
Sociology, Teaching and Learning, Culture, Social Psychology
M.A. Thesis Title: Women and Recovery: Impacts of a Traditional Recovery Model On Success

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Teaching Experience

California Baptist University, Riverside, CA (1998 – Present)
Associate Professor of Sociology

California State University, Fullerton, CA (2005 - 2006)
Adjunct Professor

Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA (2000-2002)
Adjunct Professor, Honors Program

California Baptist University, Riverside, CA (1998 – 1999)
Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Sciences

California State University, Fullerton, CA (1997 - 1999)
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Collaborative Learning Community Facilitator

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Research, Presentations, & Publications

2013 Research in-Progress, The Social Self: The Effects of Virtual Connections

2011 Chapter Publication, Social justice, Poverty, and Race, Normative and Empirical Points of View, Ed. Paul Kriese and Randall E. Osborne, Chapter 9 “Bearing the Burden: Will the Elite Be America’s Only College Educated? Value Inquiry book Series, Rodopi Press

2009 California Baptist University, Faculty Colloquium, Can We Expect Excellence Without Points? April

2009 Oxford University, Pembroke College, Presentation at an Academic Roundtable: Will the Elite be America’s only College Educated? March

2009 CBU Position Paper, “New Task on an Old Foundation”
2008 Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference, Portland Evaluative Strategies in Sociology: Developing Socratic Skills in Undergraduate Students; April

2008 Magnolia Avenue Baptist Church, My Journey to the High Places, Women’s Fellowship; return speaking engagement, May

2008 Magnolia Avenue Baptist Church, Look Before You Leap; Women’s Retreat Speaker, March

2007 Oxford Roundtable Scholars, Diversity & the Christian Liberal Arts University, London

2007 Pacific Sociological Association, Massclusivity Project: An Experiment in Teaching Theory, Portland, OR

2006 Pacific Sociological Association, Evaluative Strategies in Sociology: Developing Socratic Skills in Undergraduate Students, San Francisco, CA

2005 Western Association of Schools and Colleges, San Diego, CA
one hour inter-active workshop session, “Learning From Opposite Sides of the Mirror”

2004 Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR “Wheelchair Basketball” Pacific Sociological Association

2002 California State University Fullerton, Fullerton, CA
Panel Discussion Participant, Faculty Development
“Effective Assessment From a Student Perspective”

2002 American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Las Vegas, NV
The Joys and Challenges of Web-Supported Classes
The Paradox: Students’ perceptions of Anonymity and Accountability Using Online Technology

2000 Western Social Science Association, San Diego, CA
Sociology on the Cutting Edge

2000 Western Association of Schools and Colleges, San Diego, CA
Student’s View of their Learning: A Closer Look

2000 American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Las Vegas, NV
Learning and Technology: A Focus on Gender Differences

1999 Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Newport Beach, CA
Students’ Views of Their Learning, Bloom’s Taxonomy and the Computer

1999 Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, OR
Teaching Sociology 101: Using the Computer in the Classroom

1999 Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, OR
Women and Recovery: Impacts of a Traditional Recovery Model on Success

1999 34th World Congress of Sociology, Tel Aviv, Israel
Teaching Sociology in an Era Of Globalization: Learning, Bloom’s Taxonomy and the Computer

1994 –1995 “The Homework Helper;” Free-lance column written for the
Orange County Register, Community Section

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Church Membership & Activities

Mid Cities Baptist Church, Women's Ministry Committee member

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Community Service & Involvement

Life Skills facilitator at Safe House Transitional Living (2011-2013)
Advisory Board Member for Women Wonder Writers 2012-2013)
Facilitated in a Teen Summit for at Risk Youth in the inland Empire, Working with Women Wonder Writers,(April 2013)
12-Step Group Facilitator, Alcoholic’s Anonymous, (1992 – Present)
•Home-based tutoring service for disadvantaged children (1995-1996)

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Interests & Hobbies

Married 43 years with two children, ages 40 and 34.

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Personal Philosophy

Teaching is a calling and is deeply connected to my Faith principles. Scriture cautions, "Let not many of you be teachers." believe this refers to traditional teaching withing the beieving community, as well as in the classroom, and in my every day responsibility to model what I want students to do. Life long learning is an imperative!

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