Advising Network Announcements

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. 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!

Master of Science (MS) in Medical Sciences

The Medical Sciences master's degree program is accepting for the Fall 2018 semester. The program is designed for students who need a step between undergrad and professional school. 

Approved Senate Transmittal from February 9, 2018

Good afternoon, everyone. The Senate web transmittal from February 9 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.

 

Blue+ Spring Registration Dates- 4/12-4/13- Save the Date!

The spring 2018 BCTCBlue+ workshops are on the books and we would love for a representative(s) from your college to join us! Times are subject to change, however, this should be a pretty accurate representation of what to expect. Please save the dates for:

 

Thurs., April 12th

8:00-10:00am

12:00-2:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

 

Fri., April 13th

8:00-10am

12:00-2:00pm

 

Location- WTLY Computer Labs (rooms B23,25,35)

 

More specific details to follow!

ITS Notification | SAP Outage

On Saturday, March 17, University of Kentucky Information Technology Services (ITS) will conduct technical maintenance, during the regularly scheduled monthly outage window, that will require systems to be offline or have limited functionality. 

 

Services Impacted:  myUK Portal, myUK Mobile App, and all SAP systems

Outage Window:      6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., Saturday, March 17, 2018

 

UK 101 Specialty Sections

To assist in upcoming Merit Weekends, attached are the planned 2018 specialty sections of UK 101. One attachment is listed numerically by section, the second is in alphabetical order by specialty. Thank you!

Major Exploratory Associate Candidate Presentations

Student and Academic Support will have two Major Exploratory Associate candidates presenting on the topic of assisting students through major exploration on March 8th and March 9th in 202 of the Stuckert Career Center from 9:15-10:00 am. The Major Exploratory Associate serves as a bridge between academic and career advising for students who are exploring their academic and career possibilities. In many cases, this position receives referrals from academic advisors in the colleges and also makes referrals back to academic and program advisors which is why we would love for you to meet them.

Major Exploratory Support

The Stuckert Career Center is available to assist students in the major exploration process. Our Major Exploratory Associate as well as Career Advisors have appointments available through Handshake. Students can visit seeblue.com/handshake and use their link blue credentials to schedule an appointment and check out a wide variety of career resources. As you see students for priority registration don't forget that we love referrals and hope that you will encourage all of your students to activate their Handshake accounts.

Honors College Updates and Info for Merit Weekend

Hello, all.

I wanted to share some Honors College updates and information in preparation for Merit Weekend.

First, attached to this message includes a handout with all of the course requirement information that freshmen need to know for registration.

To give you a quick breakdown, all freshmen are required to register for the following:
1) HON 101: The Individual and Society (Fall semester)
2) A lower-level course: HON 151, 152, 251, 252, or a departmental honors course (Fall semester)
3) CIS/WRD 112 (sometime during the first year)

History Courses (Summer & Fall 2018)

Every year around this time, I try to reach out to advisors across campus to pass along resources from the History Department that could be helpful to both you and your advisees for Summer and Fall registration.

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