Advising Network Announcements

Research Study Seeking Intl' Undergraduate Participants

Greetings Members -

Thomas Teague & I, in conjunction with Dr. Jungmin Lee from the Educational Policy & Evaluation department in the College of Education, are seeking participants - must be undergraduate & international - for our research study which seeks to understand persistence and challenges faced by our international undergraduates. Our larger question focuses on retention issues and resource utilization on campus.

The participants would go through a 1x1 interview with a member of our research team. We are giving gift cards by way of incentive.

UK Food Access Survey - help distributing to undergraduate and graduate students

We are asking for help from UK advisors to spread the word to students (undergraduate and graduate) about the UK Food Access Survey that is being distributed on-campus through November 19th in order to evaluate factors influencing food and housing security at the University of Kentucky.  Results of the survey will advise future research and programs that will support students at UK. 
Please consider sharing the following language with the attached flyer:

Revised Common Hour Exam Review Schedule in The Study

Please see attached for the revised schedule for common hour exams reviews in The Study. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Christie Maier, Assistant Director, The Study (

CHE 250 Spring 2018

CHE 250 has 1 semester of general chemistry as a pre-requisite and is really designed for folks that may have drifted away from the sciences. Episodes of CSI (mainly) and other programs (Making a Murderer on Netflix) are used to introduce the science used on the shows and then go into detail to explain what’s really going on.   

WRFL sponsors a panel to discuss inclusion and ally-ship, October 12, 2017

WRFL 88.1 presents

Problems, Policies, Protections, and Progress:
A Discussion on Ally-ship
Thursday, October 12th at 3:00pm
Singletary Center Recital Hall

Retroactive Withdrawal Committee fall meeting schedule

The fall meeting schedule of the Senate’s Retroactive Withdrawal Appeals Committee (SRWAC) has been set and is available at: The first meeting is planned for Friday, October 20, and the committee has a full agenda. Any appeals not heard at the October meeting will be heard at a subsequent meeting.

Chellgren Center Drop In Sessions in October


Stop by our Student Drop-In Session and get your questions answered, help & student advice from a current student.


MONDAYS -- get your Undergraduate Research questions answered!

FRIDAYS -- get your Nationally Competitive Awards & Chellgren Fellows Program questions answered!


WHEN: Every Monday and Friday in October 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Lecture Lean User Experience Design in the Enterprise

The School of Information Science, in the College of Communication and Information, is hosting a guest lecture on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 5:30 PM in the William T. Young Alumni Auditorium. Austin Knight, Senior UX Designer at HubSpot, will give a presentation on his user experience (UX) process and take the audience through a real world project at his organization.