Stephanie Self Named to the 2017 Western Kentucky cohort of the Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange
Madisonville, Ky. – Madisonville Community College Transfer Advisor Stephanie Self has been selected
as a participant in the 2017 Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange program.
Following a highly competitive application process, Self was among the 75 members selected representing 26 counties in Kentucky for the 2017 learning cohort.
The Kentucky RUX network aligns people working across the arts, agriculture, community health and small business to work together towards the transformation of Kentucky’s economies, communities and sense of self. The mission of the Kentucky RUX is to grow relationships across divides to build a more collaborative and connected Commonwealth.
Founded in 2014 by Art of the Rural and Appalshop, and supported by the Rural Policy Research Institute and several Kentucky businesses, the Kentucky RUX has collaborated with 52 distinct partners. Kentucky RUX’s current and alumni network includes more than 160 Kentuckians from 34 counties. Kentucky RUX programming is focused on people, places, and partnerships.
Self joined the college in 2016 as the Transfer Advisor in the college’s Enrollment Center. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science along with a Master of Arts in Students Affairs in Higher Education from Western Kentucky University.
To learn more about the 2017 Learning Cohort and follow RUX, visit: www.kyrux.org.