Colby Moore is a doctoral student in the Biology Department. She has taught as a TA for BIO 1401 (Current Issues in Human Biology) Lab, BIO 1403 (Exploring the Living World) Lab and BIO 1402 (Introductory Microbiology) Lab. She has greatly enjoyed teaching at Baylor and hopes to teach in the future. She is from Boston, Massachusetts and is interested in marine mammal diving physiology, the primary focus of her dissertation. She enjoys living in Texas, especially being outdoors in Cameron Park in the mild winters.
Current Projects: Seminars for Excellence in Teaching; Teaching Observation; “In Case You Missed It”
Philip Heinrich is a masters student in Communication Studies, with a specialization in film. He was raised in the Kansas City area, but came to Baylor to earn his B.A. in University Scholars. Though his undergraduate degree focused largely on great texts and philosophy, Philip has a lifelong interest in filmmaking and aims for his academic interests to inform his work. Heinrich runs an online community devoted to stop-motion animation, and has contributed to publications related to his work. Philip enjoys skiing, painting, and performing music.
Current Projects: Course Trailer Production; ATL Filming
Gregory Poore grew up in central Tennessee and majored in philosophy at Union University in west Tennessee. His dissertation is on the role of theism in Thomas Reid’s epistemology, and he was awarded Baylor’s HEB Foundation Faith and Learning Dissertation Fellowship. His philosophical interests include metaphysics and epistemology, philosophy of religion, and especially moral philosophy and metaethics. He has enjoyed teaching at Baylor and hopes to teach at a university upon completing his PhD. Gregory has a passion for the outdoors, and he enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife, Bethany, and their dog, Star.
Current Projects: Seminars for Excellence in Teaching; Teaching Observation; Grant-Writing