On Oct.10, 2023, three guest speakers from across the globe shared their insights about integrated strategic communication, information communication technology and journalism, each focusing on the representation of either global perspectives or historically marginalized voices.
Erin Rolfes, director of corporate communications and media relations for The Kroger Co., delivered the 2023 James C. Bowling Executive-in-Residence Lecture. the event marked the Bowling Lecture Series’ 24th anniversary.
Four University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information faculty members were selected to participate in the inaugural Land-grant Engagement Academy, a two-day program through UK’s Land-Grant Engagement Office focused on building multi-disciplinary partnerships around community-level engagement work.
Join the College of Communication and Information Oct.16-20 for the Fall 2023 CI Career Week full of career and internship-focused events to help connect students with employers, alumni and peers with similar interests.
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.
The UK Alumni Association announced the selection of 33 students who will serve as Alumni Ambassadors for the 2023-2024 academic year. As official student hosts of the University of Kentucky, Alumni Ambassadors promote the university at numerous events in partnership between the Office of the President, Office of Philanthropy and the UK Alumni Association.
Ben Johnson (ISC, 2023) designed a logo featuring iconic Kentucky symbols for the upcoming 49th Annual AEJMC Southeast Colloquium, scheduled to take place from March 7-9, 2024, on the University of Kentucky’s campus.
The Department of Integrated Strategic Communication in the College of Communication and Information is now offering a minor program. This minor is available to students not currently majoring in ISC who are interested in learning the general principles of integrated strategic communication and developing their credentials in the field.
The Department of Integrated Strategic Communication in the College of Communication and Information is now offering a fully online, interdisciplinary graduate certificate in integrated strategic communication. This program is designed for anyone who is looking to enhance their knowledge of content marketing, advertising, public relations, data analytics, social media and digital strategies.