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These vehicles are subject to several regulations on campus including requiring a motorcycle parking permit, no operation on sidewalks and no parking at bike racks.
Parking will be prohibited on several streets and portions of streets from 6 p.m. Thursday, to 6 a.m. Friday.
Advanced Threat Protection reduces the likelihood that members of the UK community will become victims of phishing emails and ransomware attacks.
University of Kentucky College of Public Health Fully Reaccredited By The Council on Education for Public Health
The UK College of Public Health has been fully reaccredited by the Council on Education for Public Health for the Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral level. The reaccreditation is the first since the launch of an undergraduate program in public health.
Beginning tomorrow, UK will present talks with two nationally recognized artists, Karyn Olivier and Bethany Collins, who have designed concepts for artwork to be featured in two vaulted spaces in the vestibule of Memorial Hall. The first presentation by Olivier will begin 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 20. The second presentation by Collins will be given March 29.
After spending more than six decades in studio space created in 1939 on the third floor of McVey Hall on the University of Kentucky campus, WUKY is digging its new digs in a newly renovated building on Spurr Road in Lexington.
Working professionals and students alike can learn from a two-day Wall Street Prep event being held at UK's Gatton College this Saturday and Sunday, March 24 and 25.
The search committee has selected three finalists, each of whom will visit the UK campus to participate in open forums and meet with constituent groups in the UK community. Names and curricula vitae for these individuals will be posted on the search website 48 business hours in advance of their forums.
By joining more than 25 sponsoring schools of the Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative, UK will offer women undergraduates of all majors the opportunity to develop skills in five critical "career ready" areas—career exploration, personal branding, job searching, networking and professional values.
At UK, March Madness is a beloved tradition, but this isn't just a time to be proud of our Wildcats on the court. It's a time to reflect and celebrate all students, faculty, staff and alumni who do their part to move our state forward. Discover why the UK family has so much to be proud of this year!
The UK Alumni Association has scheduled a pregame party and pep rally in Boise on Thursday, March 15.
Nominations are now being accepted for Student Employee of the Year.
Artists Karyn Olivier and Bethany Collins will travel to UK this month to present concepts for art to be featured in two vaulted spaces in the vestibule of Memorial Hall. As part of their visits, Olivier and Collins will each give a free public talk on their proposals 3 p.m., March 20 and 29, at Memorial.
The University of Kentucky is operating on a two-hour delay today due to inclement weather except for employees on Plan B. No classes are in session due to Spring Break.
UK entomologist Lee Townsend expects the caterpillar egg hatch to occur anywhere from mid-March to early April.
UK recently ranked among the top 25 campuses in the nation for LGBTQ* inclusion and safety.
UK Transportation Services will adjust parking control and transit operations during Spring Break to reflect the needs of the reduced campus population.
The bulletin was sent following report of a sexual abuse incident on campus.
When the Wildcats take the court tomorrow in the SEC Tournament in St. Louis, they will return to the city that saw the university dominate and win its fifth national championship 40 years ago with a team of Kentucky basketball legends. In the new book “Forty Minutes to Glory,” published by University Press of Kentucky, author Doug Brunk presents an inside account of this celebrated squad and their championship season from summer pick-up games to UK’s 94–88 victory over the Duke Blue Devils in the 1978 NCAA National Championship.
When UK students signed up for the MCL 591: Russian Radio class, they didn’t realize they would be reaching people 5,000 miles away.