Don Moore is an Assistant Professor of Management and the Internship Coordinator for Graduate Studies at Crandall University. He received a PMP (Project Management Professional) from PMI (Project Management Institute), a BSc from the University of New Brunswick, a BEd from Mount Allison University, and a MBA from the Universite de Moncton. Don has been teaching part time since 2012 but joined the full-time faculty in 2020.
Don’s research is focused on project and change management. Some of the courses that Don teaches at Crandall include Strategic Management, Change Management, Organizational Behaviour, Managerial Ethics, Leadership, and Project Management.
Don is a Director of Service New Brunswick (Chair of the Governance & HR Committee), Chair of Codiac Regional Policing Authority, a member of the Advocacy Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton, a member of the Enhancing Democracy Committee for the City of Moncton, and a Past President of the New Brunswick Chapter of the Project Management Institute. Prior to Crandall, Don taught at Yorkville University, the University of New Brunswick, Memorial University of Newfoundland, and Saint Mary’s University.
BSc, University of New Brunswick
BEd, Mount Allison University
MBA, Université de Moncton