David Moore

David Moore

Executive Director, International Education Broward College

Dr. David Moore is the Executive Director for International Education at Broward College (BC) in Fort Lauderdale, FL, a post he has held since July of 2005. At BC he is responsible for the creation and development of international academic affiliations, articulations, and exchanges with colleges and universities. He oversees the International Recruitment and Admissions office of the College and supervises the study abroad department. He also serves Broward College as the BC liaison to the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and School (SACSCOC).

His career in education began as a classroom teacher of social studies in 1977. Moore moved to the collegiate level as an administrator in 1981. He has spent the last 35 years in college level academic administrative positions. He served as the Director of Admissions and Registrar at Clearwater Christian College (CCC) in Clearwater, FL for two years before becoming the Vice-President for Academic Affairs for 17 years. He moved to St. Petersburg College (SPC) to serve as the Director for Dual Credit and International Studies for five years. Under his tenure, the program added student enrollments and study abroad destinations and developed a collegiate high school.

In addition to his administrative responsibilities, Dr. Moore has taught history on the college level for 25 years at both CCC and SPC. He holds the BA in education from CCC (1977), and both the MA in history (1980) and Ph.D. in higher education curriculum (1990) from the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Dr. Moore has served on teacher education program review committees for the DOE and served on 20 SACS Commission on College site visit teams, and as the chair of eight, throughout the southeast region of the United States. He is the Florida representative on the SACSCOC Principles of Accreditation Review Committee.

B3. International Programs and Global Partnerships

Salon 12

International programs have and will continue to be a growing area of focus for U.S. higher education institutions. Recent geopolitical tensions between the United States and certain key countries, such as China, have caused ripple effects on international student enrollment and program development/operation abroad. This session will provide an overview of the emerging models of […]

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