Elizabeth Moore began teaching in Cazenovia College’s Interior Design program in 1992. Prior to that she worked full time as an interior designer in NYC and the Boston area. Freelance design projects since 1992 include the College’s Hospitality House, several SUNY Oswego dining hall renovations, and two large multi-unit residential projects for a Boston-area developer. Her recent sabbatical research focused on the domestic setting of a successful regional farming family. She is also working on a collaborative project with Manlius, NY village historian to research the architectural history & interior furnishings of its historic Arts & Crafts Cheney House. Moore is also a Professional Educator Member of ASID, a national organization focused on design industry issues.
Cazenovia College Library Lecture series: 2007-2008, “Extreme Makeover: The Kitchen”; 2009 “Pierre Chareau’s Maison De Verre” (House of Glass); 2014, "Enlightened Domesticity: The Farm Life of Harriet L. Howard 1913-1923"; ASID Regional Meeting, 2007, “The NCIDQ Exam”;
Phelps Mansion Museum, Binghamton, NY, 2009, “Extreme Makeover: The Kitchen”; Guest lectures on campus: “What Does Your Kitchen Communicate?” (2009-present), " “Kitchens in Global Context” (2011), and "Textiles on the Farm" (2014-2015); Panelist at NYSCA (NY State Communication Association) Annual Conference, Fall 2011: “The Kitchen, The Cupboard, and Communication”.