School of Government and International Affairs

Jack Moran

Professor of Political Science

Contact Information

Office: Kennesaw Campus
Social Sciences Building (SO 402), Room 5050
Phone: 470-578-6452


Dr. Moran regularly teaches the following courses: American Government, Comparative Politics, Politics of Post-Communist Europe, Politics of International Terrorism, & Senior Seminar. He has also worked in a variety of non-academic environments: Office of the Undersecretary of Defense (Policy)/Chairman, Joint Chiefs (J-2) (10/01-04/02), United States Mission to United Nations, New York City (01/98 – 04/98), United State Embassy, Moscow, Russia (03/96-08/96), United States Field Systems Agency, Tokyo, Japan (06/88 – 06/91).  Dr. Moran has published a number of scholarly articles and two books. He is faculty adviser to the KSU Global Society as well as the KSU Model United Nations.  He is also co-director of the KSU Admissions Scholars Honors Great Books program.  He received a PhD and MA from The George Washington University, an MA from the University of London, and a BS from Georgetown University.  He is originally from Golden, Colorado and enjoys cycling and long walks in alpine meadows.