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Bilz Selected to Blog for ALA's Office of Intellectual Freedom

Kelly Bilz, a current LIS student is selected to write for the Intellectual Freedom Blog 

Carruthers Published in Kentucky Libraries

JD Carruthers published essay, titled "Ethical Research and Human Subjects: The Regulatory Environment of Institutional Review Boards" in Kentucky Libraries

Student Profile: Katy McCray

Katy McCray, MS ICT (December 2018)

Alumni Profile: Cristen Ross

An interview with Cristen Ross, Master of Library Science ('16)

Student Profile: Claire Schroeder

Claire Schroeder, MSLS (December 2018) 

Student Profile: Kelly Coffman

Kelly Coffman, MSLS (December 2018) 

Alumni Profile: Bill Burchfield

An interview with Bill Burchfield, Master of Library Science ('17) 

CIS 112 Service-Learning Thank You Breakfast

CIS 112 Accelerated Composition and Communication instructors and students partnered with a variety of non-profit organizations this semester to facilitate student service-learning. The course is an accelerated version of the standard two-semester composition and communication sequence and focuses on integrated oral, written, and visual communication skill development and emphasizes critical inquiry and research.

Fall 2019 Internship Poster Showcase

On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, fifteen information communication technology (ICT) undergraduate and graduate students presented their final projects as part of the internship course. Projects ranged from social media analysis to cyber-sickness and from search engine optimization to technology tools for school-aged children. Each semester, students enrolled in the internship course are expected to develop a poster detailing their experience in the internship with reference to a particular project.

UK Instructional Communication Students Present Research at NCA 104th Annual Convention: Communication at Play

Students and faculty in the Division of Instructional Communication and Research present at the National Communication Association's 104th Annual Convention.


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