Ted Moore received his Ph.D. fro m Michigan State University in American History with a focus on the urban environment. Dr. Moore taught at several institutions before arriving at Salt Lake Community College in 2009. He specializes in urban and environmental history.
Dr. Ted Moore
A dedicated teacher, Moore is committed to elevating the academic quality and rigor in the classroom with an eye towards helping his students position themselves to better compete in the world.
Moore is also an award-winning author. Among his most notable publications are: “Democratizing the Air: The Salt Lake Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Air Pollution, 1936-1945,” winner of the Best History Article Award from the Utah State Historical Society; “Fast Revolutions: Bicycles, Paved Roads, and the Creation of a Middle-Class City in Salt Lake, 1890-1903,” and “Speed Merchants: The History of Professional Cycling in Salt Lake City, 1898-1914,” both of which were selected by the Utah State Historical Society as Editor’s Choice for Best Article. In his personal life, Moore enjoys cycling.