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Shari Coleman Moxley

Shari Coleman Moxley

Adjunct Instructor

Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences

(THES)-AFLS-Human Environ Science

Phone: 479-575-4305

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Dr. Moxley returned to the University of Arkansas, her Alma Mater, in 2013 teaching classes in Human Development and Family Sciences. Dr. Moxley earned her PhD from UNCG in 1999. She served as Department Chair and Associate Professor at Campbell University, 1996-2002. She chose to stay home with her family until moving back to Arkansas and returning to the UA. Dr. Moxley currently lives in Mountainburg, AR with her husband and four children where she is actively involved in the school and community and church.  

Gerontology, Family Resilience

Family Relations (U Arkansas, Campbell U)

Families in Crisis (U Arkansas)

Public Policy Advocacy for Children and Families (U Arkansas)

Lifespan Development (U Arkansas)

Family Financial Management (U Arkansas)

Parenting (Campbell U)

Family Issues, Graduate and Undergraduate (Campbell U)

Child and Adolescent Development, Graduate and Undergraduate (Campbell U)

Professional Orientation (Campbell U)

Internships in Family Studies (Campbell U)

Adult Development (UNCG)

1999 PhD Human Development and Family Studies. Concentration: Family GerontologyThe University of North Carolina at Greensboro 

1992 MS Human Development and Family Studies. University of Arkansas

1991 BS Home Economics Education, University of Arkansas

Killian, T. S., Moon, Z. K., McNeill, C, Garrison, M., Moxley, S. C. (in press). Emergency preparedness of persons over 50 years old: Further results from the health and retirement study. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness.

Moxley, S. C. (1999). An examination of the factors contributing to the associational solidarity of older relocated adults and their siblings. Ann Arbor, MI, UMI Dissertation Services.

Kivett, V. R, Stevenson, M., Zwane, C, Moxley, S. (1997). The rural by-passes elderly: A 20 year follow-up on the outcomes and needs of the very old. Final Report, Greensboro, NC School of Human Environmental Sciences, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Kivett, V. R, Dugan, E., Moxley, S. C. (1994). Family relationships and supports of older migrants in North Carolina. Final Report, Greensboro, NC School of Human Environmental Sciences, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. (Prepared for the AARP Andrus Foundation).

Coleman, S. B. (1992). Gender differences in caregiving tasks for elderly spouses. Fayetteville, AR, University of Arkansas. 

Adjunct Professor, University of Arkansas, School of Human Environmental Sciences, 2013-present

Web Manager, University of Arkansas, School of Human Environmental Sciences, 2015-present

Executive Administrator, North Carolina Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, 2002-2004

Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC 1999-2002

North Carolina State University and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Agricultural Research Service, Research Assistant, 1993-1996

Assistant Professor, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC 1996-1999