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When news breaks, University of Kentucky experts can help representatives of print and broadcast media explain the story to the public. UK has experts in 15 academic or professional colleges: Agriculture, Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Communications and Information Studies, Dentistry, Design, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Health Sciences, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Social Work. UK also has dozens of research and public policy centers and institutes that serve as a valuable resource for members of the news media.

Widely quoted in the national media, UK experts are recognized around the world for their scholarship and professional leadership. UK Public Relations quickly matches reporters with knowledgeable experts from a 2,500-member faculty (as of 6/03). Meeting deadlines is our top priority.

UK Public Relations only refers experts who have expressed a willingness to respond promptly to questions about specific subjects and issues. Interviews or consultations with these individuals may be arranged by calling (859) 257-1754.

The following is a sample list of the most popular and/or valuable topics which UK experts may address.

Adolescent Medicine Jazz
Affective Disorders Kentucky Lung Cancer Research Program
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Appalachian Cancer Control Nutrition
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Cancer Control Pharmacy Questions from Consumers
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Research
Eating Disorders School Vouchers
Equine Genetics Special Education and Instruction
Eye Diseases and Research, Ophthalmology Study of Teaching Algebra to Junior and Senior High Schools
Finance Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence
Flu Shots Suicide Prevention
Foreign Policy Tax Economics
Health Economics Young Parents Program
History of War War (military in general)
Injury Prevention Women's Issues
International Law and Terrorism  

   

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