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For the eighth year in a row, the University of Kentucky Intercollegiate Debate Team is ranked in the top 16 nationally as they enter the National Debate Tournament. The partnership of David Griffith and Austin Kiihnl received a coveted first-round automatic bid to the National Debate Tournament. Kentucky has received a first-round bid each of the past eight years, which ties a UK record (1984-1991). This is UK’s 30th first round bid and marks 50 years of qualifying for the national tournament.
University of Kentucky freshman Lordina Mensah recently became the university's first student to be accepted into the Patti Grace Smith Fellowship, a nationally competitive aerospace fellowship program.
Technology is engrained in our daily lives. We use it to learn and to work, and many use it for play. Today’s children use the internet for almost everything, so why shouldn’t they safely enjoy it? Being informed about your child’s game play will help in understanding how much is too much versus just the right amount.
The University of Kentucky Alumni Association celebrated the six recipients of its annual Great Teacher Award  Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the Central Bank Center in Lexington. 
In early January, the University of Kentucky Intercollegiate Debate Team attended a tournament at Georgetown University, competing alongside nearly 200 students from more than 30 universities.
Kody Frey, an assistant professor in the University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information’s School of Information Science, and his CIS 112 Accelerated Composition and Communication class collaborated with the Lexington Public Library to bring experiential learning opportunities into the Lexington community.
Kimberly Parker, professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Integrated Strategic Communication, tasked her Fall 2022 ISC 497 Social Change Campaigns students with creating a social marketing campaign for Mission Health Lexington, a nonprofit organization that provides health care services, including medical, dental, vision and pharmacy care, to Fayette County residents living below the poverty line.
The University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information mourns the loss of former Dean and current Department of Communication Professor H. Dan O’Hair, who died Dec. 31, 2022, surrounded by family.
The University of Kentucky strives to ensure every member of our community — regardless of who they are, where they are from, what they believe or who they love — feels a sense of belonging.


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