The Communication Studies Program is always happy to feature updates from some of our great Alumni. Maeve McGuire (she/her) graduated from Iowa State in Spring of 2021 and has chosen to pursue a PhD in Communication Studies at the University of Illinois. Here is what Maeve had to say about her experience at ISU: The … Continue reading Alumni Update: Maeve McGuire
When Elizabeth Settles (she/her/hers) graduated from ISU with a degree in Communication Studies and a certificate in Leadership Studies in 2018, she couldn’t have imagined how this combination would uniquely qualify her for the job she has now. “I am the Program Assistant for Leadership Studies, Communication Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies.” Elizabeth also … Continue reading Elizabeth Settles (’18 COMST) | Program Assistant, Communication Studies
Kayse Nation (she/her/hers) graduated from Iowa State in 2009 with a degree in Communication Studies and a minor in English. Since graduation, Kayse’s Communication Studies degree has taken her all over the world. “After college, I worked for a bank for a year before moving to South Korea to teach English. I was there for … Continue reading Kayse Nation (’09 COMST) | Sourcer, Facebook
Katy Heineman (she/her/hers) graduated in 2013 with a degree in Communication Studies and minors in Journalism and Mass Communication and Event Management from Iowa State. She followed up with a Master’s in Education, with a focus on Student Affairs, which she completed in 2015. After receiving her Master’s, Katy held various roles within the Office … Continue reading Katy Heineman (’13 COMST) | New Student Services Specialist, ISU
Megan Moore (she/her/hers) graduated in 2013 with a degree in Communication Studies, as well as a certificate in Community Leadership and Public Service (now called Leadership Studies) and a minor in English from Iowa State. “I can’t believe it’s been almost seven years since I walked the stage at graduation!” Megan said. “Most of my post … Continue reading Megan Moore (’13 COMST) | Financial Literacy Adviser, ISU
Steven Netcott (’14 Communication Studies) originally enrolled in the Management Information Systems (MIS) program at Iowa State University with a goal of working in an information technology (IT) environment. After taking several classes Netcott felt MIS was not quite the right fit. While researching other options he discovered the Communication Studies (ComSt) program and declared a new major. That decision has paid off.