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UK classes are canceled today and the university is operating on a designated Plan B schedule, but several services are open on campus for residential students. UK HealthCare clinics and hospitals are open and operating on a regular schedule.
UK employee Allison Walters says the free Fitbit she received through a UK Health and Wellness promotion has changed the way she thinks about her health.
Anticipated icy and snowy weather for Central Kentucky is affecting the schedule of some events and services on UK's campus. Please check the website of any sponsoring organization before attending events tonight or this weekend.
The U.S. Army installation signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the university yesterday on campus, marking an intentional effort to improve outcomes for both entities.
The first African-American extension agent in Kentucky will be posthumously honored in Harrodsburg on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 15.
UK and Lloyd's of London recently celebrated their continued partnership in support of the health and well-being of the equine industry.
Due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Transportation Services will implement changes to transportation around campus.
UK faculty member Steve Skinner has been named interim dean of the Gatton College of Business and Economics.
UK's newest residential dining facility, Champions Kitchen, opened yesterday. The dining facility is the first space to open in the Student Center as construction continues on the rest of the building.
Job Club's 2018 winter/spring schedule announced.
UK Athletics delivered another solid academic performance during the fall 2017 semester.
Watch this year-in-review video to see how the University of Kentucky changed lives in the Commonwealth, our country and throughout the world in 2017.
UK Ag Equine Programs is hosting its annual Equine Showcase and Kentucky Breeders' Short Course on Feb. 2 and 3 in Lexington.
The award, presented by the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues each year, is named for the late couple who published The Mountain Eagle at Whitesburg, Kentucky, for more than 50 years and became nationally known for their battles with coal operators and politicians.
Horse owners, farm owners and farm managers can learn how to get their pastures in tip top shape for 2018 at the 11th annual Pastures Please!! event on Monday evening, Jan. 22.
UK creative writing students, as well as published authors, can benefit from new residency programs set in breathtaking Mill House at Glendower (Virginia), thanks to the donation of two UK alumni, Joan and Greg Swanberg.
With UK researchers on the forefront of fighting the opioid crisis, their message to members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate emphasized the need for continued federal funding of research addressing drug addiction and abuse.
The UK Office of LGBTQ* Resources hosted its Feast on Equality dinner Dec. 1. The event raised more than $75,000 for at-risk LGBT youth.
Transportation Services will have reduced office hours during the holiday week.