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The College is committed to raising consciousness, comfort and competency towards diversity and inclusion.

The Health Literacy Colloquium series is a distinctive program with the goal of increasing knowledge of basic health issues among Kentuckians.

The College formed the Innovation Network for Entrepreneurial Thinking (iNET) to provide interdisciplinary undergraduate entrepreneurship education and experience.

Life at UK goes far beyond the classroom setting. The College is fully engaged in the state, country, and world we serve.

The UK School of Journalism and Telecommunications will host the 2015 James C. Bowling Executive-in-Residence lecture at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. at the Singletary Center Recital Hall.

Former political reporters Al Cross and John Miller collaborate to teach a journalism course, "Covering the Governor's Race."

The College of Communication and Information is dedicated to improving lives through excellence in research, service, education and training for undergraduate and graduate students in the global society of the information age.

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