Advising Network Announcements

CPH 202 Offered in Summer

CPH 202 - Public Health Through Popular Film is being offered in the summer July 5 - August 2. It fulfills UK Core Intellectual Inquiry in Social Sciences.

ENT 110: Insect Biology

ENT 110: Insect Biology is offered every fall and spring semester, including Fall 2018. The class meets from 9:30 to 10:45 on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Erikson Hall. ENT 110 fulfills the core requirement for natural sciences and there’s no textbook! The class covers a wide range of topics including insect identification, insect pests, beneficial insects, pests of concern to Kentucky, diseases transmitted by insects, their importance as pollinators, and much more!

UK students needed for FAM SCI research

Researchers in the Department of Family Sciences are looking for UK students to participate in a research study about sleep, self-regulation, academic functioning, and problem behaviors. The study includes three parts: A 15-minute online eligibility screen, actigraphy (sleep assessment with a Fitbit), and a 3-hour visit that includes an fMRI scan and questionnaire. Participation is completely voluntary and your data are confidential
Participants will receive a $60 Amazon Gift Card!!

Approved Senate Transmittal from April 20, 2018

Good morning, everyone. The Senate web transmittal from April 20 has been approved due to lack of objection. The programs approved can be found at http://www.uky.edu/universitysenate/transmittals (click on the appropriate date). The courses that are in Curriculog can still be accessed by clicking on (in Curriculog) “Archived Agendas” and navigating to the Senate agenda for the appropriate date.

This transmittal included courses and programs from the colleges listed below.

 

Approved Senate Transmittal from April 27, 2018

Good afternoon, everyone. The Senate web transmittal from April 27 has been approved due to lack of objection. The courses (in Curriculog) can still be accessed by clicking on (in Curriculog) “Archived Agendas” and navigating to the Senate agenda for the appropriate date.

This transmittal included courses and programs from the colleges listed below.

 

Agriculture, Food and Environment

Design

Engineering

Law

 

Thank you,

Sheila 

Approved Senate Transmittal from May 4, 2018

Good morning, everyone. The Senate web transmittal from May 4 has been approved due to lack of objection. The programs approved can be found at http://www.uky.edu/universitysenate/transmittals (click on the appropriate date). The courses that are in Curriculog can still be accessed by clicking on (in Curriculog) “Archived Agendas” and navigating to the Senate agenda for the appropriate date.

This transmittal included courses and programs from the colleges listed below.

 

Agriculture, Food and Environment

APP Scores Summer/Fall 2018 Admits

See the attached document for APP scores and required courses.

2018-2019 UK Advising Network election results

As you know, it is extremely important that we have members of the UK Advising Network serve on its Executive and University Senate Committees in order to continue to provide professional development opportunities, learning opportunities and other activities that contribute to a strong campus advising community. Thank you for your ongoing support and dedication toward our progress!  It is my pleasure to announce the members of the 2018-2019 Advising Network Executive Committee and University Senate Representatives.

 

Executive Committee

Election Week for Advising Network Executive Committee

May 14th to May 18thmarks the election week for open positions on the 2018-2019 Advising Network Executive Committee.  

You may cast your vote HERE  https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b2EN2s40Wi3f8ax

Winners will announced by Wednesday, May 23rd via the UK Advising Network listserv.

If you have any questions, please reach out to any current member of the Executive Committee.

 

Thanks,

CI CoLab website

The College of Communication and Information CI CoLab has launched its website (http://ci.uky.edu/cicolab/). Please share with faculty and students you believe may be interested.

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