Sherali Zeadally, Ph.D., University of Kentucky Alumni Association Endowed Professor and University Research Professor in the College of Communication and Information's School of Information Science, has been named winner of the 2024 SEC Faculty Achievement Award for the university this spring.
The University of Kentucky Office of Land-Grant Engagement has announced that two CI faculty members SIS professor Maria Cahill and ISC assistant professor Sarah Geegan's community engagement projects were two of the nine projects selected for funding.
Join the College of Communication and Information DEI Committee for "Finding Your Place and Purpose in Career or Academia," a lecture with award-winning educator Jeanetta Sims. The lecture is free and open to the public and will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 1 in the Young Library Auditorium.
The School of Information Science’s faculty-directed education abroad program, “Technology for Social Justice” will offer College of Communication and Information students the opportunity to gain real-world experience in Oaxaca, Mexico. This Summer 2024 program is set for students to depart on July 14 and return on August 14.
In November 2023, the School of Information Science arranged a tour of the University of Kentucky’s Libraries for library science graduate students and librarians throughout the state. The event was an opportunity for students to meet each other and meet some professors from the program in person, instead of the regular online meet-ups the fully online program offers.
670 College of Communication and Information students were named to the Dean’s List for their outstanding academic achievement during the Fall 2023 semester. The 670 students on the list account for nearly one third of all current CI students.
University of Kentucky School of Information Science researchers Associate Professor Shannon M. Oltmann and Professor Maria Cahill were awarded nearly $700,000 in combined grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, an independent agency of the United States federal government charged with supporting libraries and museums.
The University of Kentucky is well-represented on a list of the most-cited researchers in the world. In a database compiled by Stanford University in a partnership with Elsevier, 119 current UK scientists and scholars appear among the top 2% of the most-cited researchers across 22 disciplines.
After years of hard work and determination, Jasmin Keith will graduate from the University of Kentucky this Friday with a bachelor’s degree in information communication technology (ICT) from the College of Communication and Information.