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  • Faculty Awards Preview
    Outstanding Faculty Awards

    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.

    Congratulations to Dr. Anthony Limperos, recipient of the College of Communication and Information's 2020 Faculty Teaching Excellence award!

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    Apri Faculty Spotlight

    Dr. Marko Dragojevic recently published the article "Extending the fluency principle: Factors that increase listeners' processing fluency positively bias their language attitudes" in the journal Communication Monographs.

  • Online Degree Completion Program in Communication
    Online Degree Completion Program in Communication

    The Department of Communication offers an online degree program designed for students who have already earned at least 60 hours at another college or university or who left UK short of earning their degree. Students who are interested in pursuing a career in communication and are unable to complete their degree on campus, due to geographic location or other commitments, are able to complete the Human Communication major option and remaining degree requirements entirely online. Learn more about the program below!

     

  • Communication for survival
    NCA 105th Annual Convention: Communication for Survival

    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.

     

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    Pam Henderson Receives Alternative Textbook Grant

    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.