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Dr. Taylor featured in local news story about "alternative facts"

BEM professor Dr. John Taylor was recently interviewed as part of a LEX18 broadcast news story on the use of "alternative facts" by public officials.  The interview can be seen here.  

Dr. Parry featured on BBC radio program

Dr. Pam Parry

Dr. Pam Parry is quoted in a recent BBC Radio piece comparing how Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and recently-elected Donald Trump deal with the media.

Dr. Fairchild participates in EKU's First Faculty Leadership Institute

Dr. Jennifer Fairchild

Dr. Jennifer Fairchild, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, was among twenty-six faculty members from across campus who recently completed the inaugural Faculty Leadership Institute at EKU.

Knoebel Earns Washington Internship With Senator Paul

Rachel Knoebel

Rachel Knoebel, a junior Public Relations major at Eastern Kentucky University, recently accepted an internship in Senator Rand Paul’s Washington, D.C. Office for the Spring 2017 semester. 

CLASS Professors to Edit National Communication Journal

Two professors from the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences – Dr. Russell Carpenter, executive director of the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity and associate professor of English, and Dr. Jennifer Fairchild, associate professor of communication studies – will serve as Editor and Associate Editor of a national journal, respectively.

Dr. Thieme to co-chair Research Division of NACR

Dr. Amy Thieme, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, has been elected to a two-year term as co-chair of the Research Division of the National Association for Conflict Resolution.  She was elected at the organization’s 2016 convention in Baltimore.

Richmond Register partners with EKU Journalism class

The Richmond Register is partnering with Eastern Kentucky University journalism students to expand local coverage in the community.

Dr. Previs publishes book chapter.

Dr. Kathy Previs

Dr. Kathy Previs’ book chapter, "When Ethical Compasses Collide: The Case of Following One's Conscience," has been accepted for publication and will appear in Media Ethics at Work: True Stories from Young Professionals (Peck, L.A. and Reel, G., Eds., 2016, Sage) to be released in September.

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