Q&A With Kealy Moriarty
Balancing a career while also completing a graduate degree can be difficult. The College of Communication and Information recently introduced an online master’s degree program with a concentration in strategic and digital communication which allows students to receive their graduate degree on their own schedule. The program consists of asynchronous courses which incorporate all four of the college’s concentrations into one program, including courses in public relations, advertising, journalism and electronic media, communications studies, and information sciences.
Kealy Moriarty is working towards her master’s degree while also balancing a career with the National Guard. She currently works for the Tennessee … Read more “Q&A With Kealy Moriarty”
Responding to the Call
As Veterans Day approaches, a College of Communication and Information staff member who has spent 16 years in the military is headed overseas to active duty.
Jesse Cragwall, a major in the US Army Reserves, will take a leave from his job as assistant director of the Center for Information and Communication Studies, the research arm of the college. He’ll deploy for nine months and be stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany.
“I will be supporting a NATO mission, strengthening NATO allies against Russian aggression,” he said.
Coincidentally, his upcoming assignment in Germany runs parallel to a project he’s helped facilitate at … Read more “Responding to the Call”