James L. Moore III

The Ohio State University

Dr. James L. Moore III is an associate provost in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, where he also serves as the inaugural director of the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male at The Ohio State University. Additionally, Dr. Moore is the EHE Distinguished Professor of Urban Education in the College of Education and Human Ecology. He has made significant contributions in gifted education, school counseling, urban education, higher education, multicultural education/counseling, and STEM education. He recently co-edited two books with Dr. Chance W. Lewis of University of North Carolina at Charlotte titled, African American Students in Urban Schools: Critical Issues and Solutions for Achievement and African American Male Students in PreK-12 Schools: Informing Research, Policy, and Practice. Further, Dr. Moore has published over 100 publications, obtained over $8 million in grants, contracts, gifts, and given over 200 scholarly presentations and lectures throughout the United States and other parts of the world. He currently serves on editorial review boards for Gifted Child Quarterly, Journal of Advanced Academics, The Roper Review, and Journal for the Education of the Young Scientist and Giftedness.

In a short career, Dr. Moore is the recipient of numerous internationally- and nationally-acclaimed honors, such as the American Educational Research Association’s Division E Early Career Award in Counseling, American Educational Research Association’s Distinguished Scholar Award in Counseling–Division E, Institute for School-Based Family Counseling’s Outstanding Contributions to School-Based Family Counseling Award, National Association for Gifted Children’s Early Scholar Award, National Association for Multicultural Education’s Carl A. Grant Multicultural Research Award, National Alliance of Black School Educators’ W. E. B. DuBois Higher Education Award, and American College Personnel Association's Standing Committee on Men and Masculinities Outstanding Research Award.