Press

The following is a list of my press mentions, interviews, and awards.

Podcasts and Interviews
Charting Economic Terrain in Appalachia: Amanda FickeyUniversity of Kentucky
Union College Professor Has Work Published in Book Fifty Years of Night, Union College
UK Alum Back to Share Knowledge of Appalachia, University of Kentucky

News Articles
Union College to Host Roundtable on Food Economy of Eastern Kentucky, Union College
Beauty in Small Places II Conference, Indiana Arts Commission, Region 8 News
Networking Supper with Young Appalachian Professionals, Eastern Kentucky University
Faculty, Students Discuss Appalachia at Annual Symposium, Kentucky Kernel
Union to Host Annual Social Work Day, Union College
Union College to Host Symposium Targeting Eastern KY Challenges, Union College
UK’s Amanda Fickey Earns CAIRD Research Fellowship, University of Kentucky
Education Notes: Amanda Fickey – Love of Learning Award, Lexington Herald-Leader
Kentucky Oral History Commission Awards Grants, Kentucky Historical Society
UK Phi Kappa Phi Student Excels in Many Ways, University of Kentucky
Bute Plays Host to Kentucky Students, The Buteman
Oral History Project to Study Local Crafting, The Ledger Independent

Awards
2013, Public Service Award, Kentucky Colonel Commission, Commonwealth of Kentucky
2013, Selected Participant, Leadership East Kentucky
2012, Selected Participant, Summer Institute in Economic Geography, University of Zurich
2011, Love of Learning Award, National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
2011, Carl A. Ross Research Paper Award, Appalachian Studies Association
2011, Certificate for Outstanding Teaching, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky
2010, Women in Geographic Education Award, National Council for Geographic Education
2010, Student Government Association Graduate Student Scholarship, University of Kentucky
2010, Selected Participant, Scotland: A Learning Journey, University of Kentucky
2009, Edith Schwab Memorial Scholarship Recipient
2007, Outstanding Graduate Student, College of Arts and Letters, Western Kentucky University
2007, Outstanding Graduate Student, Folk Studies and Anthropology, Western Kentucky University

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