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Investigative reporter James Pilcher (left) is a journalist in residence at the University of Kentucky and was part of the team that was responsible for Seven Days of Heroin, a project by the Cincinnati Enquirer (right). The project won 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting.

UK alumna, professor part of Pulitzer Prize-winning team at Cincinnati Enquirer

Bailey Vandiver April 16, 2018

A UK alumna and a UK adjunct professor are part of a Cincinnati Enquirer reporting team that won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting for its “Seven Days of Heroin” project.Breaking news reporter...

First Amendment Celebration at William T. Young Library.

Alumni honored at First Amendment Celebration

Madison Dyment September 29, 2017

UK’s 12th annual First Amendment Celebration was held Thursday night. This was the first time that distinguished alumni of the School of Journalism and Media were honored as part of the event.There were...

Integrated strategic communications professor Beth Barnes reads aloud from Dana Canedys book A Journal for Jordan during a discussion with Canedy titled The Road from UK to the Pulitzer Prizes on Sept. 27.

Pulitzer prize administrator speaks at alma mater UK

Bailey Vandiver September 28, 2017

The UK School of Journalism and Media held a homecoming for a successful alumna on Wednesday evening.Dana Canedy, who graduated from UK with a journalism degree in 1988, returned to campus to discuss...

UK graduate chosen as new administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes

Bailey Vandiver July 22, 2017

A UK graduate has been chosen as administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes.Journalist and author Dana Canedy is leaving “The New York Times,” where she began working in 1996.She graduated with a journalism...

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