As of the spring semester 2023, Claudia Moor is a lecturer in German language and German for economists at the USI. In addition, she takes on the role of deputy head of the Goethe Institute Examination Centre and USI's deputy delegate within the European Confederation of Language Centres in Higher Education (CercleS) and the Association of Language Centres at Swiss Higher Education Institutions (SSH/CHES/CSUS).
Previously, she was information officer, head of the press office and managing editor of the publication Crosscuts at the Swiss Scientific Computing Centre of the ETH Zurich. She maintained close cooperation with all Swiss universities and was a member of the task force for the creation of the first website of the newly established SUPSI. Representing the ETHZ, she participated in the programme on teaching supported by multimedia tools (The Living Textbook and the K-12 Classroom of the Future) at the international Super Computing Conference in San Diego California, USA.
As a lecturer in German language and German for economists in continuing education, she has led since 1994 preparatory courses for certificates from the Goethe Institute at all levels. Furthermore, she was in charge of language training for senior management at Banca dello Stato, DXT Commodities SA (Duferco Group) and AIL Aziende Industriali Lugano.
As a freelancer, she edited academic texts intended for publication and master’s theses in the fields of text linguistics and comparative linguistics, economics, law and medicine.
Claudia Moor graduated in Romance linguistics and literature from the University of Zurich. She obtained a master's degree with her thesis in diachronic linguistics "Law French – le verbe dans le langage juridique anglais. Analyse morphosyntaxique d'un recueil de jurisprudence de la fin du XVIIe siècle", which was supervised by Prof. Dr. J. Th. Wüest. Additionally, she trained at the University of Zurich in general didactics and educational psychology in higher education.
Besides German, she speaks Italian, English, French and Spanish.