Pfeiffer University News
Dr. Bill Moore '80, Brings Success-Driven â€œPlaying Your Bestâ€ Seminars To Pfeiffer Students, Faculty, Staff and Community
- Published on Thursday, October 20, 2011 ( 4:38 pm )
Dr. Moore's presentations supported by the Mariam Coltrane Schramm Fine Arts Endowment
Dr. Bill Moore, president, Moore Performance Counseling, 1980 graduate of Pfeiffer University and well-known sports psychologist, returns to Misenheimer on Tues., Oct. 25 and Wed., Oct. 26 to present â€œPlaying Your Best,â€ a series of four seminars designed to offer practical steps and inspirational advice for student-athletes, musicians and other performing artists, and future business leaders so that they learn to perform at optimal levels under competitive stress. All students, faculty, staff and the community are invited to attend the free events. No RSVP is required.
Dr. Moore, who earned a doctorate in sports psychology from the University of Virginia, has coached athletes, performing artists and business leaders from the U.S. and abroad and published a number of books on performance psychology.
â€œWith so many students at Pfeiffer University involved and interested in sports, music, and business activities while they develop their leadership skills, Dr. Moore is sure to motivate them to seek excellence not only in the classroom or on the athletic field but throughout their careers and lives as well,â€ said Jack Ingram, director of sports management and faculty athletic representative for Pfeiffer.
Dr. Moore lives in Norman, Okla., with his wife Dr. Nicki Moore, senior associate athletics director, University of Oklahoma, and their four sons. The schedule for his seminars on Pfeiffer's campus, sponsored by the Mariam Coltrane Schramm Fine Arts Endowment at Pfeiffer University, established in 2002 to support programs in the cultural arts such as music, dance, the visual arts, lectures and concerts, is as follows:
â€¢ Playing Your Best When it Counts
Tues., Oct. 25, 6 p.m., Music Band Room
â€¢ Playing Your Life with Passion
Tues., Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m., Stokes Student Center/Community Room
â€¢ Playing to Win with Others
Wed., Oct. 26, Noon, Stokes Student Center/Community Room
â€¢ Playing to Succeed: Winning the Inner Battle
Wed., Oct. 26, 6:30 p.m., Stokes Student Center/Community Room