Tayo Moss

Student Info

Graduation Year:
Flat Rock, MI

Tayo Moss is a doctoral student in the Department of Kinesiology within the College of Education at Michigan State University. Tayo graduated from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan in 2013 with a B.S. in Psychology, and a minor in Communication. He continued his education at Michigan State University and attained a M.S. in Kinesiology. Currently, he is a fourth year PhD student under Distinguished Professor, Dr. Deborah Feltz. His research involves understanding how motivational implications of diversity in group contexts affects performance.

Throughout Tayo’s graduate school career, he has been involved in many different experiences that have broadened his teaching abilities. He has taught over thirty different courses in the Kinesiology Department, including being the primary instructor for three different lecture courses (KIN 424, 345, 121). As a RCAH Fellow, he hopes to find plausible teaching methodologies to utilize the diversity in the classroom to enhance the learning environment. Some of his hobbies include chilling with his wife and dog, playing sports, hanging out with friends, and giving out positive vibes.

Tayo's recent work: 2017 Presentation