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WRD Professor interviewed on KET

Adam Banks was recently featured on KET to talk about his academic interests and concerns for minorities in the Digital Age.

Peyton Fouts

At age seven, Peyton Fouts,’06, wanted to change the world. And he’s been working toward that goal since.
At that young age, he saw a girl on TV carrying one brother and dragging another (who was dead) by the hand in the sand. “She had been orphaned by AIDS and my heart broke. I knew I wanted to change their circumstances and I just kept seeing people around the world who needed help.”

Sarah Schuetze

English Ph.D Student

English, History Professors Awarded Honorary Degrees

Gurney Norman, Kentucky Poet Laureate in 2009-10 nd director of UK's Creative Writing Program, and author and former UK history professor George C. Herring were awarded honorary degrees this past weekend.

Colleen Glenn

English Ph.D. Student

Leah Bayens

English Ph.D Student

Andrew Crown-Weber

Anyone who has ever had doubts about majoring in English – with questions about job prospects or a well-defined career path – should talk to Andrew Crown-Weber.

Katerine Osborne

English Ph.D. Student

Andrew Bozio

Andrew Bozio first got hooked on British literature as a junior at Louisville’s St. Xavier High School. He knew then and there he’d found his calling.
Having just finished his first year of studies in the English PhD program at the University of Michigan, Bozio credits his undergraduate experiences at UK with helping establish a foundation for his intended career in early modern literature.

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