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Circle Park News: October 2009

College of Communication and Information

October 2009

The College Campaign

Campaign for UT

The College of Communication & Information is proud to be a part of UT’s current capital campaign, the “Campaign for UT.”  Any gift, regardless of its size, is important and we hope you will consider our college in your charitable giving plans this year.  Learn more about the campaign at http://development.tennessee.edu/campaign/.

Homecoming Open House

Homecoming

Visit the college, tour new spaces and chat with faculty, staff and students at the CCI Homecoming Open House.

Alumni Survey finds CCI education valuable in workforce

Alumni Survey

In the summer of 2009, alumni of the College of Communication and Information were asked to participate in an online survey.  A total of 1,225 responded.  Over the next few months, we will share with you what we learned from those alumni.  For more information about the survey and who responded, click here.

College News

Three SIS Professors Garner $1.6 Million in Grants to Improve Libraries

Three professors in the CCI School of Information Sciences

Three professors in the CCI School of Information Sciences have been awarded $1.6 million in grants that will be used to recruit and educate the next generation of librarians and faculty members, to improve library technology and to shore up the technological expertise of regional library leaders.

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CCI Student Completes Internship on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’

Jasmine Davis

Jasmine Davis, 22, a senior in communication studies with a minor in journalism and electronic media, spent the 2009 spring semester as a production intern at “The Late Show with David Letterman” in New York City.

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CCI Alumnus Alan Wilson Pledges $100,000 for Endowed Scholarship Program

Alan Wilson

Alan Wilson and his wife, Wendy, have contributed $100,000 to fund an endowed scholarship program for undergraduates in UT’s College of Communication and Information.

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