Affiliates

The Appalachian Center & Appalachian Studies Program is a vibrant community consisting of undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff, and community members. Representing a wide array of disciplines from colleges across the University, affiliates partner with Appalachian communities, conduct research, lead community engagement projects, and teach courses relating to the region.

To become an Appalachian Center affiliate, please complete the following form:

Appalachian Center Affiliation Application

To become a faculty affiliate for the Appalachian Studies Program please complete the following form:

Appalachian Studies Faculty Affiliation Application


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Director, Appalachian Center, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Sociology
Appalachian Studies, Rural Sociology, Gender and Women's Studies, Local food systems
Appalachian Center Room 203, 624 Maxwelton Ct.
859 257-8262
FAFL223's picture
PhD Candidate
20th Century American History, Appalachia, Kentucky, Public policy, political history, History of music
1702 Patterson Office Tower
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PhD Student, Teaching Assistant
Appalachian history; public policy and economic development, 19th and 20th century American history, Access to Healthcare, Race and Gender, Public health
1322 Patterson Office Tower
(423)-838-1207
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Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies
20th century US history, Appalachian history, gender, healthcare
1741 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-3675
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Associate Professor
Mass spectrometry, Photocatalysis, Chromatography, Photochemistry, Prebiotic chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental monitoring
121 Chemistry-Physics Building
859-323-2892
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Nursing Instruction
519 Nursing Building
(859) 257-2358
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Associate Professor, Community & Leadership Development
705 Garrigus Bldg.
(859) 257-7584
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PhD Student, Teaching Assistant
1706 Patterson Offie Tower
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Counseling Psychology Doctoral Candidate
telemedicine, Telemental Health, mental health, help-seeking, psychotherapy outcomes, mental health in Appalachia, ,organisms
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Senior Lecturer, Lewis Honors College
Writing and Translation, Documentary Studies, Publishing, Literary Globalization and Regionalization
Lewis Hall 122A
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Associate Professor, Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation
131 Taylor Education Bldg.
(859) 257-1929
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Lecturer
405B Nursing Bldg.
(859) 323-0603
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Professor of Anthropology, Director, Appalachian Studies Program
globalization, critiques of racial capitalism, interpretations of place and identity, Anthropology of Work, transnational collaborations, university-community knowledge equity
Appalachian Center, 624 Maxwelton Ct., Rm. 202, Office hours Thurs., 1-3PM, & by appt. , I can meet by appt. also in 203A Lafferty Hall, & via Zoom.
859-218-4088
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PhD Candidate, Research Assistant
Oral History, Environmental History, Appalachian history
624 Maxwelton Court
ako227's picture
Anthropology Ph.D. Candidate
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Lecturer, Affiliate faculty member in Anthropology and Appalachian Studies, UK Lewis Honors College, Administrator, Coal Camp Documentary Project
Lewis Hall 126B
859-323-8259
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Visiting Scholar
Appalachian Center
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Forestry and Natural Resources Masters of Science Candidate
Restoration Ecology, herpetology, Freshwater Ecology, Wetland Ecology, Stream Ecology
123 Thomas Poe Cooper Bldg
8023240402
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PhD Candidate , Associate Editor, Journal of Appalachian Studies
Appalachian Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Atlantic World, Environment, Early America, American Slavery
1706 Patterson Office Tower
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PhD student
Modern sedimentary processes, Quaternary studies, tropical wetlands
106 Slone
(859) 218-3548

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