It’s official: Caylin Moore is a Rhodes Scholar
Caylin Moore is one of 32 recipients across the United States to receive the opportunity to study next fall at Oxford University, where he will complete his graduate studies in public policy and business administration. Moore joins an elite group of TCU students, including Josh Simpson ’14 and Matthew Freedman ’06, recent Rhodes Scholar finalists, and Pete Larson ’75, the university’s other Rhodes Scholar.
Scheduled to graduate in May, Moore is majoring in economics in the AddRan College of Liberal Arts and minoring in mathematics and sociology. He is the founder of TCU S.P.A.R.K. (Strong Players Are Reaching Kids), an outreach organization that inspires local youth in the community and emphasizes the importance of education, and has rallied his NCAA football teammates to serve as role models for students attending elementary schools in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. Moore’s an active volunteer with LaDanian Tomlinson’s Touching Lives Foundation, the Relationship Empowerment Affirmation Leadership (REAL) Skills Network and a frequent guest speaker at nonprofit and community groups. Moreover, Moore is a TCU Ronald E. McNair Program scholar, a former finalist for the Truman Scholarship, and was offered the 2017 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship. Read full story on TCU This Week