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Terry Moore

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PhD Student, Instructor of Record

Terry Moore is an PhD student in the Department of Religion at the University of Georgia. He is working in the area of American Studies under the supervision of Professor Sandy Martin. His research focuses on the History of Religion in the Americas with emphasis in Liberation Theology and the life and work of Dr. James H. Cone, a liberation theologian.

  • Athens Technical college
  • Cedar Shoals High School • Athens, Georgia, graduated 1982

College Prep Course

  • University of West Georgia, B.A., 1987

History Major. Sociology Minor

  • Piedmont college-Sociology major

Criminal Justice -Minor

  • Naval Hospital Corps School• Great Lakes, IL, Graduated, 1988

Medical Training and Education

  • FieldMedicalServiceSchool•CampLejeuneNC,graduated,1995

Education in Navy Field  Medicine and Field Operations

  • Athens Technical College • Athens GA

Two Year Student

Course Curriculum: Intro to Law and Ethics, Civil Litigation, Tort Law, Family Law, Wills, Trust and Probate, Contract Law, Law Office Management, Business Law, Legal Research, Legal Writing, and Real estate. Completion date is December 2003. Sixteen Years of work experience in medical field.

Knowledge and skills in a variety of areas. Work well with people of diverse backgrounds.

  • University of Georgia• Athens, GA

Franklin College of Arts & Science, BA in Religion, Class of 2012

Franklin College of Arts & Science, Master’s of Arts in Religion, Class of 2019

Franklin College of Arts & Science Teaching Assitantship-2020-2021



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