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Nathan Moore

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PhD, 2020

Nathan Moore works in the University of Georgia Office of the President as deputy chief of staff. 

Moore’s research interests surround the intersection of higher education and economic development, particularly the role of land-grant universities in statewide emerging business development.  

Moore earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science and a Master’s in public policy and administration from Mississippi State University. He most recently served as director of corporate and foundation relations at the Mississippi State University Foundation.  Prior to that, Moore served as director of development for Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art and Design and in a number of roles in the university’s Division of Student Affairs.  

News Featuring Nathan Moore

by Jewel Caruso

Nathan Moore (PhD 2020) was recently appointed as deputy chief of staff to President Jere W. Morehead at the University of Georgia. He assumed his new responsibilities on October 1st.

Effective August 16, Nathan Moore (IHE PhD 2020) will assume the position of assistant to the president at the University of Georgia.

As assistant to the president, Nathan’s work will focus primarily on executive communications, strategic planning,…

Nathan Moore (PhD 2020) and Rachel Burns (PhD 2018) explore the extent, drivers, and means by which economic development has become a focus of public postsecondary institutions.

In addition to the large group of IHE faculty and students who presented papers at the AERA conference in Toronto (April 5-8), Noble Jones (PhD 2018) received the 2019 Outstanding Dissertation Award from AERA's Division J, and Associate Professor Tim Cain…

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