Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures

  

Robert N. Moore

Instructor in American Sign Language
2006 

 

  • B.S., Gallaudet University
  • M. Div., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

 

Mr.  Moore  joined the Gardner-Webb faculty in 2002 as an Adjunct Professor of ASL in the Dept. of World Languages, Literature, and Culture. In 2006 he became a fulltime Instructor of ASL. Prior to coming to Gardner-Webb, Mr. Moore taught ASL at Central Piedmont Community College from 1993 to 2005 and also served as a Pastor to the Deaf at the First Baptist Deaf Mission in Charlotte, NC from 1986 to 2006.
Mr. Moore received his bachelors’ degree at Gallaudet University in Washington DC and his Master of Divinity Degree at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, LA and has taken additional graduate courses in Linguistics through the Summer Institute of Linguistics at the University of North Dakota.  Mr. Moore is ASLTA certified and is a trained SLPI evaluator.

Mr. Moore has been active with the Southern Baptist Conference of the Deaf where he served in various capacities including President. He also was one of the founding members of the World Congress of Deaf Baptists. He has written for the Deaf Bible Study quarterly with Lifeway Christian Resources. He has led workshops on sign classifiers for international schools and the Southern Baptist Interpreter Training Program. He also is active with the North Carolina American Sign Language Teachers Association.