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Professional NewsBy Darias Collins Monday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Nov. 13, 2017) — Three faculty members in the University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information have been recognized as being in the top 1 percent of prolific scholars in communication studies and scholarly research productivity.

Brandi Frisby, associate professor of instructional communication and research, and Jessalyn Vallade, assistant professor of instructional

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Student LifeBy Catherine Hayden Monday

LEXINGTON, KY. (Nov. 13, 2017) – For the fifth year running, the University of Kentucky Speech and Debate Team won the John G. Fee Invitational speech and debate tournament held annually by Berea College. This year, 17 schools representing seven states participated in this two-day competition. UK earned the title of grand champion by amassing the most points from the

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Professional NewsBy Mike Farrell Monday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Nov. 6, 2017) — Chris Poore, media adviser for the Kentucky Kernel, has chalked up another award for his efforts.

Western Kentucky University’s (WKU) College Heights Herald honored Poore, a WKU alum, with its 2017 award for outstanding contributions to journalism. The award was given Saturday, Oct. 14, during the 67th annual Student Publications Homecoming Breakfast at Bowling Green.

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