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Fake News Forum

SPJ Fake News Panel: Left to right, Anne Cizmar, associate professor in the Depa

EKU’s chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists hosted a Fake News Forum Monday, Nov. 6, in Powell Underground.

Alumni Halloween

Uriah Lee

Department of Communication graduates and former Eastern Progress editors Whitney Leggett, Kayla Lasure and KaLeigh Underwood used their journalism roots to create Halloween costumes this year.

Whitehouse Selected as Live Guest on Eastern Standard on WEKU

Ginny Whitehouse

Professor of Journalism, Ginny Whitehouse will appear as a live guest on Eastern Standard (WEKU).  Her guest spot will be Thursday at 11:00 am and will focus on “Taking a Knee.” Tom Eblen and Tom Hammond will also be featured on tape.

Previs Recognized with the Harlan Hamm Longstanding Award for Devoted Service

Kathy Previs

Dr. Kathy Previs, associate professor of public relations in the Department of Communication, was recognized at the 2017 Kentucky Communication Association's (KCA) Annual Conference on Sept. 16 with the  Harlan Hamm Longstanding Award for Devoted Service to the Association (Lifetime Achievement Award) .

Kerry Morgan named 2017 Distinguished Alumna

Kerry Morgan, 2017 EKU Department of Communication Distinguished Alumna

Kerry Sigler Morgan, a 1992 Journalism graduate, was recently named the 2017 EKU Department of Communication Distinguished Alumna.  

Department faculty have a busy month of publishing!

The past few weeks have seen a burst of scholarly publishing from members of the Department of Communication Faculty. 

Senior Honors Legacy of Bath Co. Saddlemaker

From left, Bobby Rogers, Langley Franklin, and Gary Hunt

It has been called the Cadillac of all saddles.

Many knowledgeable horsemen consider the “Kentucky Springseat” the finest riding saddle ever made, but few know the story of its creator, Eugene Minihan, who fashioned the unique product in his shop in Owingsville, Kentucky, from the late 1880s until his death in 1926.

Cogdill part of new KET documentary team.

Chad Cogdill, associate professor of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, is part of the team that recently created "The Kentucky Riding Saddle: A Quilted History," a new documentary now showing on KET-KY. Other creators include Dr. Stephanie McSpirit and Neil Kasiak.

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