Ruth P. Moore
Ruth P. Moore, adjunct assistant professor of language studies, has a B.S. from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. and a M.Ed. in deaf education from Smith College in Northampton.
She has taught courses including American Sign Language at several colleges including American International College and the University of Massachusetts. She continues to teach at Smith College, Holyoke Community College, and also at Hampshire College.
She was a regional coordinator for Western Regional Office in Springfield, Massachusetts and then a communication access training specialist for Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for 14 years. Before that, she was a classroom teacher of the deaf at Crotched Mountain School for the Deaf in New Hampshire, and Willie Ross School for the Deaf in Massachusetts. She was a long term substitute teacher at Austine School for the Deaf in Vermont and American School for the Deaf in Connecticut. She has taught deaf children for more than 15 years. She has been active in the deaf community and is a member of several organizations of the deaf.
School for Interdisciplinary Arts
Recent and Upcoming Courses
LS-0124: American Sign Language II (Spring 2014)
LS-0123: American Sign Language I (Fall 2013)
LS-0123-2: American Sign Language I (Fall 2013)
LS-0124: American Sign Language II (Spring 2013)