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Students can choose to get involved in an organization that aligns with their major or something else entirely. Whatever you are passionate about, we have an involvement opportunity for that.
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Erin Rolfes, director of corporate communications and media relations for The Kroger Co., will deliver the 2023 James C. Bowling Executive-in-Residence lecture 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, in Grand Ballroom 212C of the Gatton Student Center at the University of Kentucky.
Meet the new editor: Lexington Herald-Leader's Rick Green to give public talk, attend CI student, faculty and staff receptions
School of Journalism and Media and UK campus and Bluegrass Pro SPJ chapters welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning editor back to Kentucky Oct. 3 with public event and student, faculty and staff receptions.
The University of Kentucky Scripps Howard First Amendment Center is accepting nominations for its James Madison Award, which honors a Kentuckian who is a champion of the First Amendment. The Center, in the College of Communication and Information’s School of Journalism and Media, is accepting nominations to recognize those whose contributions protect or expand First Amendment freedoms.