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Indiana University Bloomington

Communication, Professional & Computer Skills

Managers Typically

Managers typically spend up to 80 percent of their time engaged in some form of written or oral communication.

Brant P Moriarity

Contact Information

(812) 855-2682
bmoriari [at] indiana [dot] edu (E-mail)
Business School

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  • Lecturer


  • Bloomington


  • BA, Religious Studies/Philosophy, Indiana University, 2002
  • MS, Information Systems, Indiana University, 2010

Professional Interests

Information Architecture, Web Development, Spreadsheet Modeling, Database Design, Data Management, Strategic IT implementation, Change Management, Mobile Technology in Business

Personal Interests

Ancient religious movements and the socio-economic and political forces that influenced their theology and scripture, politics and history to name a few. I also enjoy a broad spectrum of music ranging from classic country/bluegrass to hip-hop, rock, metal, and most everything in between.

Current Projects

  • iPad application development for faculty

Selected Publications

  • Kinser, Amy, and Brant Moriarity, Jennifer Nightingale, Timothy S. O'Keefe, Nathan Stout and William G. Wagner (2011), Your Office: Microsoft Excel 2010 Comprehensive, Volume 1, Prentice Hall. Read Abstract ››

  • Kinser, Amy and J. Eric Kinser, Patti Hammerle, Diane Lending, Brant Moriarity, and Jennifer Nightingale (2011), Your Office: Microsoft Access 2010 Comprehensive, Volume 1, Prentice Hall Press. Read Abstract ››