Tami Moore

Professor and Program Chair

Office: WSTC 268W   |    Phone: (308) 865-8663   |    Email: mooretj@unk.edu

Tami Moore

Biography

Education

PhD University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1995—Post Secondary Leadership,  College of Education
MS   Emporia State University, 1993-- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
MS   University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1989—Human Development and Family Relationships

Courses Taught

Human Sexual Behavior, Spring, Fall and Summer
Family Resource Management, Fall
Intimate Relationships, Spring
Professional 404, Spring

Professional Involvement

Author of Platte River Corridor Grant, ($800,000)
Past President UNK Faculty Senate and current B&T Senator
General Studies Council
Vice President, Kearney Area Builders Association
Board of Directors Yanney Park Foundation
Kearney Dawn Rotary Club
NCFR Program Certification Committee


Research

Publications
  • Moore, T. J., Mollenkopf, D. L. (2014). Computer Instruction: A Place in Piaget's and Vygotsky's Worlds? Journal of Technologies in Education, 10(1), 11-17. jte.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.298/prod.3
  • Moore, T. J., Asay, S. Family Resource Management. In Jennifer Reinke (Ed.), Family Life Education, 3rd Ed.. Minneapolis, MN: NCFR.
  • Moore, T. J., Asay, S. (in press). Family Resource Management. In M.J. Walcheski, J. S. Reinke (Ed.), Family Life Education:  The Practice of Family Science (3rd Edition ed.). Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations.
  • Moore, T. J. & Asay, S. (2013).  Family Resource Management. Sage Publications. 2nd Edition
  • Moore, T. J. & Asay, S. Chapter 6, Family Life Education. 3rd Edition
  • Moore, T. J. (2013). In Alan Hamlin (Ed.), Who Will Swing the Hammer? (vol. 2013). Cedar City, Utah  MPMC: Mountain Plains Management Conference. www.mountainplains.org
  • Moore, T., Asay, S. (2012). Family Resource Management (pp. 440). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. 
  • Moore, T. J. (2010). The Bartering of Female Sexuality through the Ages. In Rochelle Dalla (Ed.), Prostitution of Women, Men and Children:  A Global Perspective (pp. 20). Lexington.

Service

  • Author of Platte River Corridor Grant, ($800,000)
  • Past President UNK Faculty Senate and current B&T Senator
  • General Studies Council
  • Vice President, Kearney Area Builders Association
  • Board of Directors Yanney Park Foundation
  • Kearney Dawn Rotary Club
  • NCFR Program Certification Committee