- February 2022: Jeni Ruth Hunniecut published Rethinking Reintegration and Veteran Identity: A New Consciousness which uses narrative, literature, theory, and analysis to compare her own military experience through the lens of research about military transitions, reintegration, Veteran suicides, and psychosocial adjustment challenges. Available on Amazon.
Fall 2021: After starting the nonprofit Women of Eastern Kentucky, Megan Duff received a grant from the Kentucky Foundation of Women. She plans to use the grant to "empower women from eastern Kentucky to tell their own stories by utilizing performance, art installations, and storytelling."
2020: Cassie Dandridge Selleck’s award-winning novel The Pecan Man was selected for production by BCDF Pictures. The film will be an adaptation of Selleck's 2012 novel, the prequel to her 2018 novel The Truth About Grace: A Sequel to The Pecan Man. Both books are available on Amazon.
Our alumni are our most valuable resource. As graduates of our program, noone can speak more accurately about the level of committment and connection we have with our students and their success.
As such, just because you don't walk down our halls or chat with us about theory and presentation, that does not mean you are no longer a part of us. You may be gone, but you are not forgotten. And there are still opportunities for you to participate. Alumni can:
- stay in touch by registering and updating your information
- return to the classroom as guest lecturers
- invest in programs and scholarships that can help current and prospective students
develop important skills
and make meaningful contacts
If you have any interest in either of these, or anything else, please contact:
M.A., Professional Communication