- Master of Arts, Philosophy; University of Oregon
- Master of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies: Sociology, Religious Studies, Philosophy; University of Oregon
- Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy and Theology; Warner Pacific University
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Professor Moyer is currently writing a book on the purposes, practices, and challenges of education in the United States. His research interests include philosophy of education, philosophy related to the environment, and ethics.
- Faculty of the Year Award for Faculty Involvement, Warner Pacific. 2013.
- Professional Development Grant, Chemeketa Community College, 2011.
- Professional Development Grant, Mt. Hood Community College, 2011.
- Graduate Teaching Fellowship, University of Oregon, 2008-2010.
- George Rebec Prize for Best Graduate Student Paper (‘Searle’s Sincerity Condition and the Role of Psychological States in Speech Act Theory’), University of Oregon, 2009.
- Co-Organizer, forum entitled ‘GMOs: Theological and Ethical Perspectives’, Warner Pacific, with Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, 2014.
- Co-Organizer, conference entitled ‘Shaping Food Ethics’, Warner Pacific and Willamette University, with Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and Oregon Humanities, 2013.
- International Association for Environmental Philosophy. 2011-2013.
- North American Levinas Society. 2008-Present. Member, Selection Committee for Seventh Annual Meeting, 2011-2012.
- Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, 2010-2013.
- Co-Organizer, conference entitled ‘Democracy and Space: Critical Dimensions’, University of Oregon, 2010.
Since 2010, Prof. Moyer has been an adjunct professor at Warner Pacific University in both the traditional and adult degree programs, teaching courses in philosophy and the humanities. He has written and revised general studies curricula in the traditional and adult degree programs. He is the faculty director of a first-year learning community, entitled Food Carts, Farms, and Freddy’s: Thinking about Eating in Portland.
Prof. Moyer is a part-time member of the faculty at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon, where he has taught Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Ethics, and Philosophy of Religion, both on-ground and online.