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Trudy Moore-Harrison, PhD
Faculty Mentor

 

Trudy Moore-Harrison PhD

Trudy Moore-Harrison, Ph.D.
Peer Mentor since 2010 


 

 

Dr. Trudy Moore-Harrison is a lecturer at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.  She received her BS in Biology (1998) and MS in Exercise Physiology at Howard University in Washington, DC.  She earned her PhD in Exercise Science at the University of Georgia, Athens in 2006.  Throughout her career Dr. Trudy Moore-Harrison has been fortunate to have excellent mentors; therefore, her mission has been to continue the mentorship given to her to others. The constant guidance and support from mentors has assisted with her career path. Mentors have helped her develop professionally while providing a network of individuals from different perspectives of life. These experiences have lead to Dr. Moore-Harrison's mentorship of students. 

 Trudy's experiences with mentoring range from high school to graduate school with each opportunity adding to something special to her life.  Every summer she gives presentations to high school students about the field of exercise physiology, and those presentations have lead to continuing relationships throughout their undergraduate career. Furthermore, through teaching Dr. Moore-Harrison has obtained undergraduate and graduate students as mentees. In class, they discuss career options which lead to forming individual meetings during office hours.  These meetings have lead to the students becoming involved with her research and other opportunities.  Additionally, Dr. Moore-Harrison is constantly encouraging students to get involved in organizations and attend meetings in their field of study. At conferences she has established mentoring relationships while viewing presentations. These experiences have lead to mentoring undergraduate and graduate students at her alma maters. Mentoring gives me the opportunity to continue encouraging students to participate in the field of exercise physiology and further their education to a doctoral level.  In addition, through social organizations I have mentored many undergraduate women throughout their college journey.  

 

Mentor's Motivational Message

 Mentoring gives me the opportunity to continue encouraging students to participate in the field of exercise physiology and further their education to a doctoral level.  In addition, through social organizations, I have mentored many undergraduate women throughout their college journey.

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Information

Affiliation:  Lecturer
Institution/Address:

 Department of Kinesiology
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
9201 University City Blvd., Belk Gym 239
Charlotte, NC   28223

Phone:  704.687.0862
Fax:  704.687.0930
Email:  tlmoore2@uncc.edu
FASEB Society Member:  ACSM
Scientific Discipline:  Physical Activity, Genetics, Exercise Physiology, Gerontology
ABRCMS 2011 Mentor:  Not Attending; Scheduling Conflict

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breaking the Ice - Trudy's "Q&A"

 What was your favorite TV show when you were growing up?

 Cosby Show.

 Where did you meet your mate?

 Howard University.

 What is your favorite breakfast?

 Potatoes and sausage.

 What is the best thing you have done in your life?

 Help others.

 The furthest I have traveled was to...

 Italy.

 It's a very hot and muggy day.  You desperately want something very cool and refreshing to quench your thirst and revitalize your body.  What would you drink -- either make your own or store-bought?

 Fresh lemonade.

 What do you keep in the trunk of your car?

 Blankets, chair and tool kit.

 If you won a million dollars, what would you do with it?

 Renovate my parents' home, invest, and buy a farm.

 What magazine(s) do you subscribe to?

 Jet and Sports Illustrated.

 What was the first live concert you ever attended?

 New Edition.

 

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