John H. Moore

John H. Moore

Dr. John H. Moore assumed the presidency of Grove City College in June 1996. From 1990 until 1996, Dr. Moore was an administrator and faculty member at George Mason University. He was Director of the University's International Institute from 1990 to 1995. In June 1985, President Reagan appointed Dr. Moore as Deputy Director of the National Science Foundation, a position he held until he joined George Mason University in 1990. He was Associate Director and Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University before moving to the National Science Foundation. Dr. Moore has also served on the faculties and staffs of the University of Virginia, the University of Miami and Emory University. Dr. Moore earned an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Michigan. His doctorate in economics was awarded by the University of Virginia in 1966. He has published numerous books and articles on a range of subjects including science policy and the economic systems of Eastern and Central Europe.

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The Alien Among Us

July 19, 2010 | by | Topic: General

Guest Commentary

Most of those involved in the immigration debate agree that immigration policy needs to be reformed. How to reform the system exactly is a matter of considerably greater disagreement.

Immigration is a complex issue affected by numerous factors … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Higher Education and the Burger King Society

November 1, 2000 | by | Topic: Education & Schools, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. John H. Moore, president of Grove City College, delivered the following speech to The Discussion Club in St. Louis, Missouri, in March 2000.

At a recent national meeting of college presidents, the keynoter, Sally Helgesen, spoke … More>

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