Alum Spotlight: Elyse Vincent (BS, 2010)

Elyse Vincent was originally a pre-Pharmacy major at UK, but some early communication classes steered her in a different direction.  “My COM classes were just so different, and I really related to them a lot more.  Also, looking down the path of classes you could take for the ma
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Fall 2014 COM 399 Internship Breakfast

On December 5th, students in Ms. Cyndy Harbett Miller’s COM Internship program got together for breakfast at the Boone Center at UK. Ms. Miller addressed the forty-two students present at the event: “I tell you all the time, and it’s so true: ‘when you look good, you make us loo
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Study Abroad with Dr. Kevin Real in Peru, June 12 - July 3, 2015

Join Dr. Real in Peru for Summer II 2015

Dr. Kevin Real has developed a course that will be taught during Summer II, 2015 in Peru. This 3-4 week course will be a mixture of classroom and hands-on experience in facilitating students’ understanding of the global workplace. The format will include the following: Pre-depar
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Save the Date: Pro-Am Day is October 29th

“Professional-Amateur Day” is scheduled on October 29th, 2014. Interested juniors, seniors, and alumni are invited to participate in this event from 11:30 – 3:30 pm at off and on-campus sites. Students, faculty, alumni, and friends will be invited to attend lunch, wi
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COM 535 in Ireland

Eleven communication majors from the University of Kentucky traveled to Ireland this summer to partake in a two-week travel study program on risk and crisis communication. The COM 535 class visited crisis communication consulting agencies, the Dublin Fire Brigade, Croke Park Stadium,
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Summer 2014 News and Notes

Dear Students, Friends, and Colleagues, Thank you for your interest in the Department of Communication at the University of Kentucky. At present, we support over 400 major students and 100 minor students, and we will enroll over 3,000 students in seats for courses this fall.  To help
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