Our students worked incredibly hard to reach the milestone of their college graduation, and not even a global pandemic was going to stop us from recognizing their accomplishment. On May 8th, we held an online ceremony to bring together students, faculty, staff, family, and friends to celebrate our graduates and show our Wildcat pride. You can view the video of the ceremony here.
Congratulations to our College of Communication and Information Excellence Award winners! We weren’t able to come together for an awards dinner this year, but we were able to surprise each winner live via Zoom.
Several of the Department of Communication faculty and graduate students will be presenting at the upcoming NCA 105th Annual Convention: Communication for Survival, in Baltimore, MD. Below is a list of presentations by those that will be representing our department.
Congratulations to Department of Communication lecturer Pamela Henderson for being awarded an Alternative Textbook Grant from the University of Kentucky Libraries.
A total of 10 grants were awarded to successful applicants who proposed to use open textbooks, free course content, and/or UK Libraries’ licensed information resources as alternative textbooks for their courses. An alternative textbook for COM 287 will be implemented starting this fall.