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CDF Alum Wins Award

Katie Myers with award

Child & Family Studies Alum, Katie Myers, received Scott County Preschool's Teacher of the Year Award.   We are proud of our alums!

Dr. Chatelain Receives Critical Thinking Award

Dr. Vice and Dr. Chatelain

Congratulations to Dr. Amber Chatelain for earning a 2016-2017 Critical Thinking Teacher of the Year award.  She is pictured with Provost Janna Vice. 

Fashion Show 2017

Calling all Fashion Designers, Artists, and Creators. You are invited!

Two Apparel Design and Merchandising Students Producing New Quarterly Magazine

Kelley Richey (ADM major) and husband Jeremy Richey, founded Art Decades, a new magazine, in October 2014 with Whitley Brandenburg (ADM major). Co-editors Jeremy and Kelley along with photographer Whitley present art in all forms as elements of a constant cycle - past and present, beautiful and ugly.

Caylen Badgett wins National Phi Upsilon Omicron Scholarship

Ms. Susan Kipp- Region 2 Counselor, Caylen Badgett, Dr. Jackie Jensen-Beta Tau C

Caylen Badgett (Family & Consumer Sciences Education Major) is the recipient of the Jackman Scholarship through Phi Upsilon Omicron (Phi U), a national honorary for Family and Consumer Sciences.  Her willingness to help others is most impressive.  She has made significant contributions within the community through her many service activities.  Caylen was

Dietetics Students Visit the KY Capital

Dietetics Students at the Capital

Dietetic Students in Ms. Harrington’s Community Nutrition class visited the KY Capital in Frankfort as part of the KY Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Legislative Day. They advocated for bills related to reducing food insecurity and reimbursement for dietetic services. They were able to meet with legislators and other state officials.

ADM Students Enter Design Competition

Brent Brashear, Chainey Turner and models Myah Winbush and Kelly Hollan

Dress for Success in Lexington sponsored a design competition entitled “Recycle the Runway” on September 20th.    Designers paid 25 dollars for a garbage bag full of ”unfit” clothing, and they had 8 weeks to turn it into a runway ready outfit.

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