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Nall, Gail

Gail Nall

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  • Name(s)
    • Gail Nall
  • Date of Birth
  • Residence(s)
    • Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
    • M.A. in History, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
    • B.A. in History, Bellarmine University, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Life Events
  • Employment
  • Field(s) of Activity
  • Occupation(s)

Nasar, S. A.

  • Name(s)
    • S. A. Nasar
    • Syed A. Nasar
    • Syed Abu Nasar
  • Date of Birth
    • December 25, 1932
    • Gorakhpur, India
  • Date of Death
    • January 29, 2012
  • Residence(s)
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California, 1963
    • M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1957
  • Life Events
    • Founder and Editor in Chief of the Electric Machines and Power Systems
    • Fellow of the IEE (United Kingdom)
    • Member of Eta Kappa Nu and Sigma Xi
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Nikola Tesla Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
    • Named a Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
    • Research Grants from NASA, General Electric, The Ford Motor Company
    • Named University Research Professor, University of Kentucky, 1979
  • Employment
    • Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Kentucky, 1968-2002
      • James R. Boyd Professor of Electrical Engineering
      • Department Chair, 1989-1997
      • Director of Graduate Studies, 1981-1988
      • Full professor, 1970
    • Professor, Gonzaga University
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Professor
    • Engineer
    • Writer

Nash, Alanna

  • Name(s)
    • Alanna Nash
  • Date of Birth
    • 1950
    • Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
    • Columbia, Missouri
    • New York City, New York
  • Education
    • M.A. in Journalism, Columbia University, New York City, New York
    • B.A., Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri
  • Life Events
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Charlie Lamb Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism
    • Belmont Book Award for The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley, 2004
    • Country Music Award (CMA) Media Achievement Award for The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley, 2004
    • Named a "Heavy 100 of Country Music" by Esquire magazine for The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley
    • Named National Member of the Year by the Society of Professional Journalists, 1994
    • Golden Girl: The Story of Jessica Savitch, became basis for 1996 motion picture, Up Close & Personal
  • Employment
    • Feature writer for The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, USA Weekend
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Journalist
    • Writer

Nash, Francis

Francis Nash

  • Name(s)
    • Francis Nash
    • Francis M. Nash
  • Date of Birth
    • October 14, 1948
    • Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Education, Morehead State University
    • Communications/Journalism at Morehead State University
    • History, Morehead State University
    • History/Bible, Kentucky Christian University
  • Life Events
    • Married Pam Nash
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Inducted into the Kentucky Mic- Hall of Fame
    • Al Temple Award for Service to Broadcasting
    • Keystone Service Award
  • Employment
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Radio Broadcaster
    • Minister
    • Writer

Naslund, Sena Jeter

  • Name(s)
    • Sena Jeter Naslund
    • Sena Kathryn Jeter
  • Date of Birth
    • June 28, 1942
    • Birmingham, Alabama
  • Residence(s)
    • Birmingham, Alabama
    • Iowa City, Iowa
    • Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Ph. D., University of Iowa
    • M. A., Iowa Writer's Workshop, University of Iowa
    • B. A., Birmingham-Southern College, 1964
  • Life Events
    • Established the Fleur-de-Lis Press
    • Founded The Louisville Review 1976
    • Co-Founder of the Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing Program, Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky
    • Attended the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference, Middlebury, Vermont
    • Married James Michael Callaghan, divorced
    • Married Alan J. Naslund, 1973; one daughter, divorced 1991
    • Married John C. Morrison, 1995
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Inducted into the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame, 2020
    • Governor's Arts Award from the Alabama State Council on the Arts, 2011
    • Named Poet Laureate of Kentucky, 2005-2006
    • President's Award for Outstanding Creative Activity, University of Louisville
    • Distinguished Teaching Professor Award, University of Louisville
    • Southeastern Library Association Fiction Award, 2003-2004
    • Notable Book of the Year Award for Four Spirits​, from the New York TimesLos Angeles TimesSeattle Times, and Louisville Courier-Journal, 2003
    • Harper Lee Award for Alabama's Distinguished Writer, 2001
    • Alabama Author Award from the Alabama Library Association, 2001
    • Ahab's Wife selected as one of the five best novels of the year by Time Magazine and Book Sense, 1999
    • New York Times Notable Book of the Year Award for Ahab's Wife, 1999
    • Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA
    • Grant from the Kentucky Arts Council
    • Grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women
  • Employment
    • Professor, University of Louisville, 1973-c.2017
    • Visiting Eminent Scholar in the Humanities, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 2008
    • Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Indiana University-Bloomington, 1985-1986
    • Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Vermont College, 1982-2000
    • Founder and editor of The Louisville Review, 1976
    • Director of the University of Louisville's Creative Writing Program, 12 years
    • Co-Founder and Program Director of the Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing Program, Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky
    • Taught at the University of Montana, 1972
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Writer
    • Poet
    • Teacher
    • Professor

Nassr, Donald

  • Name(s)
    • Donald Nassr
    • Donald G. Nassr
    • Donald Gregory Nassr
  • Date of Birth
    • c.1932
    • Windsor, Ontario, Canada
  • Date of Death
    • December 6, 2016
  • Residence(s)
    • Windsor, Ontario, Canada
    • Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, 1986-2001
  • Education
    • University of Western Ontario Medical School, 1960
  • Life Events
  • Employment
    • Director of Psychiatry, Medical Center, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 2001
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Psychiatrist
    • Writer

Nation, Carry A.

Carry A. Nation

  • Name(s)
    • Carry A. Nation
    • Carry Amelia Nation
    • Carry Amelia Moore
    • Carry Amelia Gloyd
    • Carrie Nation
    • Carrie Amelia Nation
  • Date of Birth
    • November 25, 1846
    • Garrard County, Kentucky
  • Date of Death
    • June 9, 1911
    • Leavenworth, Kansas
  • Residence(s)
    • Garrard County, Kentucky
    • Belton, Missouri
    • Holden, Missouri
    • Brazoria County, Texas
    • Columbia, Texas
    • Richmond, Texas
    • Medicine Lodge, Kansas
    • Guthrie, Oklahoma
    • Eureka Springs, Arkansas
  • Education
    • Teaching Certificate, Normal Institute, Warrensburg, Missouri, 1872
  • Life Events
    • Started the Medicine Lodge branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, c.1889
    • Married David A. Nation, 1874, divorced in 1901
    • Married Charles Gloyd, 1867, separated c.1868; Gloyd died of alcoholism, 1869
  • Employment
    • Schoolteacher, Holden, Missouri, c.1872-1876
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Temperance activist
    • Prohibitionist
    • Speaker
    • Teacher

Natter, Wolfgang

  • Name(s)
    • Wolfgang Natter
    • Wolfgang G. Natter
  • Date of Birth
    • May 22, 1955
    • Speyer, Germany
  • Date of Death
    • April 29, 2018
    • Hermantown, Minnesota
  • Residence(s)
    • Speyer, Germany
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1987-2005
    • Blacksburg, Virginia
    • Leipzig, Germany
    • Berlin, Germany
    • Olean, New York
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Hermantown, Minnesota
  • Education
    • Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
    • M.A., Johns Hopkins University
    • B.A. in German Language and History, Phi Beta Kappa, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1978
  • Life Events
    • Co-founder of the Social Theory Program, University of Kentucky
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Fulbright Scholarship
    • National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant
    • National Science Foundation Grant
    • Grant from the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst
    • Grant from the American Council of Learned Societies
    • Grant from the Rockefeller Foundation
  • Employment
    • Vice President of Academic Affairs, College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, 2017-2018
    • Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dean of Faculty, and Professor, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Dean, School of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science, St. Bonaventure University, Olean, New York
    • Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany
    • Leibniz Professor, Research Academy, Leipzig, Germany
    • Founding Director of the Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought (ASPECT), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State College (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia, 2005-
    • Professor, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1987-2005
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Professor
    • Writer

Nazario y Colón, Ricardo

  • Name(s)
    • Ricardo Nazario y Colón
    • Ricardo Nazario-Colón
  • Date of Birth
    • 1967
    • South Bronx, New York City, New York
  • Residence(s)
    • South Bronx, New York City, New York
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky
    • Cullowhee, North Carolina
  • Education
    • M.S., Pace University, New York, 1996
    • B.A. in Spanish Literature and Latin American Studies, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1992
  • Life Events
    • Co-Founder of the Affrilachian Poets
    • Served in the United States Marine Corps, 1984-1992
    • Of Puerto Rican heritage
  • Employment
    • Chair, UNC System Diversity & Inclusion Officers Council, University of North Carolina System, 2020-present
    • Western Carolina University
      • Inclusive Executive, 2019-present
      • Chief Diversity Officer, 2016-present
    • North Carolina Governor's Office, Governor's Advisory Council on Hispanic/Latino Affairs
      • Chair, 2019-present
      • Council Member, 2017-2019
    • Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky
      • Director, Student Activities, Inclusion and Leadership Development, 2011-2016
      • Director, University Center & Conference Services, 2012-2014
    • Commission Member, Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission, Kentucky Heritage Council, Frankfort, Kentucky, 2009-2012
    • Director, Office of Diversity Programs, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 2007-2011
    • Process Assistant, Amazon.com, 2006-2007
    • University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
      • Co-Chair, President's Commission on Diversity, 2005-2006
      • Multicultural Programs/Executive Director, 2005-2006
      • Director, Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Center, 2004-2005
      • Interim Director, Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Center, 2003-2004
      • Assistant Director, Martin Luther King, Jr. Cultural Center, 2002-2003
    • Deutsche Bank, 1997-2002
    • Spanish Teacher, New York City Board of Education, 1996
    • Discover Center Coordinator, City University of New York, 1993-1996
    • Service Representative, New York State Department of Labor, 1992-1993
    • Squad Leader, Rank Corporal, United States Marine Corps, 1984-1992
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Poet
    • Teacher
    • Administrator
    • Environmental justice activist

Neal, Patricia

Patricia Neal

  • Name(s)
    • Patricia Neal
    • Patsy Louise Neal
  • Date of Birth
    • January 20, 1926
    • Packard, Whitley County, Kentucky
  • Date of Death
    • August 8, 2010
    • Edgartown, Massachusetts
    • Buried at the Benedictine Abbey of Regina Laudis, Bethlehem, Connecticut
  • Residence(s)
    • Packard, Whitley County, Kentucky
    • Knoxville, Tennessee
    • Los Angeles, California
    • New York City, New York
    • Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England
  • Education
    • B.A. in Drama, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
    • Knoxville High School, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Life Events
    • Married British writer Roald Dahl, 1953, five children; divorced, 1983
  • Awards and Recognitions (selected)
    • Lifetime Achievement Award from WorldFest Houston, 2009
    • Lifetime Achievement Award from the SunDeis Film Festival, 2007
    • Inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame, 2003
    • The Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center in Knoxville, Tennessee named in her honor, 1978
    • Golden Globe Award for her role in The Homecoming: A Christmas Story, 1971
    • Nominated for an Academy Award for her role in The Subject Was Roses, 1968
    • BAFTA Award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts for her role in In Harm's Way, 1965
    • Academy Award for Best Actress for Alma Brown in Hud, 1963
    • Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her role in Another Part of the Forest, 1946
  • Employment
    • Professional actress
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Actress

Neary, Donna M.

Donna M. Meary

  • Name(s)
    • Donna M. Neary
  • Date of Birth
  • Residence(s)
    • Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
    • Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Education Specialist in Educational Leadership and Administration, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 2019
    • M.A. in Public History and United States History, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, 1986
    • B.A. in History and Journalism, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, 1984
  • Life Events
    • Co-creator of the Accelerate to Graduate (A2G) program at Iroquois High School, 2017
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Named Outstanding Kentucky Social Studies Teacher of the Year, 2018
  • Employment
    • Social Studies and ESL Teacher, Iroquois High School, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 2014-present
    • Consultant Historian and Writer, Louisville, Kentucky, 2000-2019
    • Director, Civil War Sesquicentennial Initiatives, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, 2008-2010
    • Executive Director and State Historic Preservation Officer, Frankfort, Kentucky, 2007-2008
    • Administrator, Jefferson County Historic Preservation and Archives, Louisville, Kentucky, 1991-2000
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Teacher
    • Writer
    • Speaker
    • Historian

Neikirk, William

  • Name(s)
    • William Neikirk
    • Bill Neikirk
    • William R. Neikirk
    • William Robert Neikirk
  • Date of Birth
    • January 6, 1938
    • Irvine, Estill County, Kentucky
  • Date of Death
    • August 27, 2020
  • Residence(s)
    • Irvine, Estill County, Kentucky
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
    • Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky
    • Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    • Chicago, Illinois
    • Arlington County, Virginia
  • Education
    • B.A. in Journalism, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960
    • Irvine High School, Irvine, Kentucky, 1956
  • Life Events
    • Married Ruth Ann Clary, three children
  • Awards and Recognitions (selected)
    • Named one of the top 100 financial journalists of the 20th century
    • The William R. Neikirk Scholarship Fund established at the University of Kentucky in his honor
    • Named a Distinguished Alumnus of University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Media, 2018
    • Elected president of the Gridiron Club of Washington Journalists, 2007
    • Shared in a Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism, awarded to staff members of the Chicago Tribune for series, "Gateway to Gridlock," 2001
    • Inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame, 1998
    • Merriman Smith Award from the White House Correspondents' Association for presidential coverage, 1995
    • Raymond Clapper Memorial Award, 1982
    • Pulitzer Prize runner-up for series on world trade, 1979
    • Gerald Leob Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism, 1979
    • Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) Award, 1978
    • John Hancock Business Writing Awards from the University of Pennyslvania, Wharton School of Business, (two)
    • Media Award for Economic Understanding from Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business
  • Employment
    • Reporter, economic, political, and White House correspondent, Chicago Tribune, 1974-2008
      • Assistant Managing Editor for financial news
      • News Editor of the Washington Bureau
      • Senior Writer in the Washington Bureau
      • Syndicated Columnist
      • Chief Washington Correspondent
    • Reporter, Associated Press
      • Louisville, Kentucky
      • Lexington, Kentucky
      • Frankfort, Kentucky, capital correspondent, c.1961-1966
      • Baton Rouge, Louisiana, c,1966-1969
      • Washington, D.C., economic correspondent, c.1969-1974
    • Sports reporter, Lexington Herald Leader, Lexington, Kentucky
    • Editor, Kentucky Kernel, Lexington, Kentucky
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Journalist
    • Author

Nelli, Humbert S.

Humbert S. Nelli

  • Name(s)
    • Humbert S. Nelli
    • Humbert Steven Nelli
    • Bert Nelli
  • Date of Birth
    • January 12, 1930
    • Chicago, Illinois
  • Residence(s)
    • Chicago, Illinois
    • Bronx, New York
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Ph.D., University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 1965
    • M.A., Columbia University, New York City, New York, 1956
    • British Computer Society, University of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, 1951
  • Life Events
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Named a noteworthy historian, researcher, and social studies educator by Marquis Who's Who
    • National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) Grant
  • Employment
    • Professor of History, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1967-1995
    • Assistant Professor of History, Fordham University, Bronx, New York, 1965-1967
    • Instructor of History, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois, 1964-1965
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Professor
    • Historian
    • Writer
    • Editor

Nelson, Charles L.

Charles L. Nelson

  • Name(s)
    • Charles L. Nelson
    • Charles Leslie Nelson
  • Date of Birth
    • January 29, 1922
    • Greenville, North Carolina
  • Date of Death
    • June 5, 1995
  • Residence(s)
    • Greenville, North Carolina
    • Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1965
    • M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1964
  • Life Events
  • Employment
    • Professor of Spanish, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Professor
    • Writer

Nelson, James G.

James G. Nelson

  • Name(s)
    • James G. Nelson
    • James Graham Nelson
    • James Nelson
    • Jim Nelson
  • Date of Birth
    • December 20, 1929
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
  • Date of Death
    • April 10, 2015
  • Residence(s)
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Maxwell, Alabama
    • New York City, New York
    • London, England
    • Madison, Wisconsin
  • Education
    • Ph.D., Columbia University, New York City, New York, 1961
    • B.A. in Education, University of Kentucky, 1952
  • Life Events
    • Served in the United States Air Force, 6 years
      • Assistant to the Director of Education, Air University Command Headquarters, Maxwell, Alabama
      • Captain, United States Air Force Reserves
  • Awards and Recognitions
  • Employment
    • Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, 1961-c.1995
      • Full professor, 1969
      • Professor Emeritus, 1995
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Professor
    • Writer

Neuman, Fred G.

Fred G. Neuman

  • Name(s)
    • Fred Neuman
    • Fred Gus Neuman
    • Frederick Gus Neuman
  • Date of Birth
    • December 22, 1893
    • Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky
  • Date of Death
    • March 31, 1953
    • Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky
    • Buried at the Oak Grove Cemetery, Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky
  • Education
  • Life Events
    • Served in the United States Military during World War I in Warwick, Bermuda
    • Married Catherine Lucille Graves, 1924; one child.
  • Employment
    • Columnist for the Paducah Sun Democrat newspaper
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Journalist
    • Newspaper columnist
    • Writer
    • Historian

Newbery, Chris

Chris Newbery

  • Name(s)
    • Chris Newbery
    • Arthur Chris Newbery
  • Date of Birth
    • July 12, 1923
    • Broxbourne, England
  • Date of Death
    • July 23, 2008
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Hometown: Broxbourne, England
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Also Lived in Canada for nine years
  • Education
    • Cambridge University, Modern Languages. Started before World War Two, and completed after the war.
    • Cambridge University, Ph. D. in Math (evolved into computer science)
  • Live Events
    • Served in the British Air Force during World War Two, 1942-1947
    • Worked as an interpreter in Germany, 1945-1947
  • Employment
    • British Air Force, World War Two
    • University of Kentucky, Math Professor, 1955-1990
  • Occupation(s)/Field(s) of Activity
    • Pilot
    • Interpreter
    • Professor
    • Author

Newman, Melissa

Melissa Newman

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  • Name(s)
    • Melissa Newman
    • Melissa Lynn Newman
  • Date of Birth
  • Residence(s)
    • Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky
    • Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Research, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, 2019
    • Attended the University of Kentucky in Communication and Media Studies
    • M.A. in Secondary Education with Communication and English Specialty, Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky
    • B.S. in Business Administration and Communication, Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky
  • Life Events
    • Board member, East Kentucky Leadership Foundation, 2016-2019
    • Commissioner, Kentucky Commission on Women, 2010-2016
  • Employment
    • Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, 2012-present
      • Professor of Communication
      • Executive Director of Regional Programming & Regional Stewardship
    • President and CEO of Martin Sisters Publishing, Barbourville, Kentucky, 2011-present
    • Director of Annual Fund and Alumni Relations, Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky, 2008-2011
    • Advertising Director, Times-Tribune, Corbin, Kentucky, 2005-2008
    • Publisher, Laurel News Journal, London, Kentucky, 2004-2005
    • General Manager and Editor, Mountain Advocate, Barbourville, Kentucky, 2002-2004
    • Managing Editor, The Kentucky Standard and PLG-TV 13, Bardstown, Kentucky, 2000-2002
    • Publisher, Ada Herald, Ada, Ohio, 1998-2001
    • Journalist, Midwest Reporter, Kentucky/Ohio, 1991-1998
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Professor
    • Publisher
    • Editor
    • Writer
    • Journalist

Newman, Melissa C.

  • Name(s)
    • Melissa C. Newman
    • Melissa Morgan
    • M. C. Newman
    • Melissa Newman
    • M. C. Morehead
    • Melissa C. Morehead
  • Date of Birth
    • August 24, 1962
    • Campbell County, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Corinth, Grant County, Kentucky
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Pine Bluff, Arkansas
  • Education
    • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Center for Toxicological Research, 1990-1992
    • Ph.D., University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1990
    • M.S., University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1987
    • B.S. and A.S., Thomas More College, 1984
  • Life Events
  • Employment
    • Professor, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
    • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Center for Toxicological Research, 1990-1992
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Animal nutritionist
    • Food microbiologist