David Moya, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Art and Design and Director of Art School for Children
and Young Adults,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Dr. David Moya is an artist educator and administrator in the Houston area. He has quite quickly amassed art education experience working with public schools, non-profits, and higher education. Having received his doctorate in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in STEM education, he is passionate about exploring authentic curricular connections with Arts and STEM (STEAM). The personal work he creates typically deal with religious and social themes through the lens of his judeo-christian-hispanic culture. He is currently a clinical assistant professor and the director for the Art School for Children and Young Adults.
Areas of Expertise
- Arts and STEM (STEAM education)
- Discipline Based Art Education
Courses (Current Academic Year)
- Elementary and Secondary Art Methods
- Integrating Visual Art: Arts and STEM
- Arts and the Child
- Craft and Design