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Dr. Kimberly Stoltzfus receives grant from UK Education Abroad to develop a new program in Geneva, Switzerland

Dr. Kimberly Stoltzfus has received a $1500 grant from UK Education Abroad to develop a new education abroad program in Geneva, Switzerland for summer 2017. Co-led by Todd Stoltzfus, director of UK’s Certified Nonprofit Professional program, the three-week education abroad course will
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“Implicit Bias in Mass Media and Society”

On March 22, 2016 the College of Communication and Information held a panel session “Implicit Bias in Mass Media and Society”.  The panel was hosted by Nigel Taylor, a senior communication major and moderated by Dr. Anthony Limperos from the Department of Communication.  P
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Lambda Pi Eta’s second year is underway.

Lambda Pi Eta, at the University of Kentucky, is in it’s second official year. Lambda Pi Eta is a national communication studies honor society with approximately 440 chapters in the nation, including our own Alpha Chi chapter at the Department of Communication and the College of
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Welcome New Communication Faculty

This fall the Department of Communication welcomes three new full time faculty.      Marko Dragojevic received his Ph.D. in Communication from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He studies language and interpersonal/intergroup communication. In particular, his research
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Elisia Cohen

Summer 2015 News and Notes

Greetings! Summertime at the University of Kentucky is a great time to reflect on many of our faculty, student, and staff accomplishments. We ended the spring term with our College Awards Ceremony celebrating our student achievements and students earning College Dean’s List honors. In
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Amy Brennan: Using a Communication Degree to Realize a Custom-Tailored Career

In 1982, Amy Brennan arrived at UK from Ft. Thomas, Kentucky, determined to begin her journey toward a physical therapy degree. An excellent swimmer, she became part of UK’s first women’s swim team, worked with trainers and visited the weight room regularly, and was active in UK’s Kap
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COM Students Brave the Cold for the 7th Annual Walk For Warmth

Walk for Warmth by: Camiran Moore Consider how you enjoy spending your Saturday mornings in the dead of the winter. Perhaps you prefer being all snuggled up with a soft blanket, your heat dialed to 75 degrees, and a warm cup of hazelnut coffee cupped in your hands. However, on Saturda
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