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Remington Smith's RUBBERTOWN is Opening Eyes

Kirby Adams, Louisville Courier Journal Published 6:11 a.m. ET March 28, 2018

What's it like to live near a toxic landfill in Louisville? Don't miss this film on Amazon!

What is life like for the community of people who live near the heavy industrial manufacturing plants and a toxic landfill site not far from downtown Louisville?

That's the story Remington Smith, assistant professor of Film Production at the University of Louisville, sets out to tell in his film "Rubbertown." 

Communication Course in Winter Term Enables Hard-Working Student to Graduate

Here is a story about a student who used the new Winter Term to complete his degree by taking Communication 201.  Mark Hebert did a feature article on Jalen Townsend that is worth taking a look it.  Check it out at http://uoflnews.com/post/uofltoday/december-graduate-overcomes-the-odds-to-earn-degree/

Karen Freberg: Life with Spectables as a Social Media Professor

from:  http://sportspr.com/sportsprnews/2017/1/5/karen-freberg-life-with-spectacles-as-a-social-media-professor

By Karen Freberg, Ph.D.

I tell my students all the time I have three weaknesses: coffee, shoes, and technology. I have always tried to integrate as much technology into my work, research, and teaching as possible. So, when Snapchat announced their latest venture into the camera sector with Spectacles, I was beyond excited.