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Kevin Moloney is an Assistant Professor of Emerging Media Design and Development at the Center for EMDD at Ball State University, a graduate program in socially-concerned transmedia storytelling, design thinking and human-computer interaction.

He is 30-year veteran photojournalist and a 21-year journalism educator. He holds a Ph.D. in technology, media and society from the University of Colorado’s interdisciplinary ATLAS Institute and a master’s degree in Digital Media Studies (now called Emergent Digital Practices) from the University of Denver. He has presented on transmedia storytelling for MediaShift, the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists joint convention and others.

Kevin photographed more than 960 stories for the New York Times, 50 of which appeared on page one. His work as a writer and photographer has been published by the National Geographic Society, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, TIME, Newsweek, US News & World Report, Stern, Paris Match, The Washington Post and scores of other international publications. He has worked as a staff photographer for four daily newspapers. Find his journalism work at www.KevinMoloney.com.

For 21 years Kevin taught photojournalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His students work at the top of the profession for agencies such as VII, l’Agence VU, Prospekt, and Luceo Images. They are winners of Visa pour l’Image, World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International, Best of Photojournalism and other international awards. They are also recipients of Alicia Patterson, Aftermath Project, W. Eugene Smith and Getty grants for photojournalism and documentary photography. He has taught international journalism workshops in Argentina, Chile, The Falkland Islands, Myanmar (Burma) and Venezuela. Find his education work at PerfesserKev.KevinMoloney.com.

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