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Stefanie Moore is an assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication where she teaches primarily in the PR sequence. Currently she teaches Online PR Tactics, PR Case Studies and Social Media Strategies.
She previously served as coordinator of Flash Communications, the student PR agency housed in University Communications and Marketing, where she directed eight to 10 students on marketing and PR initiatives.
Prior to her role on the faculty, she was a member of the university’s Web team where she managed the university’s search engine optimization project and other Web-related initiatives.
Before coming to Kent State, Moore worked in Naperville, Ill., for Laidlaw Education Services, the leading supplier of student transportation. There she was responsible for the employee newsletter, community relations initiatives and maintaining the company intranet.
Moore earned a bachelor's in public relations in 1997 and a master's in information architecture and knowledge management in 2007, both from Kent State.
- JMC 21008 - 001 Social Media Strategies
- JMC 40295 - 006 St : Digital Analytics
- JMC 48003 - 001 PR Online
- JMC 58003 - 001 PR Online