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UK International Student Achieves her Goals Through Undergraduate Research Assistantship

Immersed in the student experience by getting involved in a variety of campus activities, Spanish student, Ines Elena, is ready to add one more thing to her list. Starting in fall 2017, Elena will be an undergraduate research assistant to Thomas Zentall, University of Kentucky Psychology professor. The sophomore is eager to begin her research with Zentall, as she focuses on her future goal of going to graduate school.

1994 Malaysian UK Graduate Still Bleeds Blue and Recalls His Journey as a Cat

Approximately 10,000 miles away from the Blue Grass community, a would-be executive manager travelled to Lexington to complete his education —a steppingstone to achieving his dream. However, more than college education, Lim Shen Sim, who graduated 23 years ago, found a connection with the Big Blue nation and had what he considers “some of the most unforgettable moments in his life.”

Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia to Visit the University of Kentucky

The consul general of the Republic of Indonesia, Mdm. Rosmalawati Chalid, will visit the University of Kentucky to meet with university leadership and to visit the Indonesian community of UK and Lexington. Chalid will be joined by Fajar Yusuf, consul for information, social, and cultural affairs and another staff member from the consulate’s office.

UKIC Statement on Executive Order on Immigration

As most people know, late on Friday afternoon President Trump signed an Executive Order titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” The Executive Order was almost immediately put into force by Customs and Border Protection personnel. On the basis of this order, persons from seven named countries – Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Libya, and Syria – were denied entry into the US, even if they had been qualified for entry as refugees, and/or possessed valid visas or even possibly permanent residency status (green cards).

GoinGlobal Helps UK Students With Local, International Job, Internship Searches

University of Kentucky has partnered with GoinGlobal to help job- and internship-seekers find opportunities at home and abroad. The addition of this expert-created career resource strengthens UK’s investment in student career development and its commitment to globalization.

International Students Invited to Training Session for GoinGlobal, New Job Search Software

GoinGlobal is a new software that facilitates the job search process for all University of Kentucky students. The software provides students, faculty and staff with access to a toolkit of resources, which include guides to major cities and countries around the world, internship and job opportunities, and data on cost of living, among many other resources.

Passionate About Service, South Korean Senior Prepares to Begin Life After UK

Economics major Jeesun Lim is one student who has thoroughly enjoyed her undergraduate years at the University of Kentucky. Aside from holding leadership positions on campus as the secretary and vice president of the Korean Association as well as the treasurer of the International Student Council, she has found a sense of community and made lasting friendships and connections.

UK Indonesian Athlete Finds a Passionate Community in The Big Blue Nation

Throughout her undergraduate years, Nadia Ravita contributed to the vibrant sports culture at the University of Kentucky as a player for the women’s tennis team. At a point in her undergraduate tennis career, she ranked as high as 22nd in the nation. Overcoming obstacles and various injuries, Ravita continuously strived for success in the sport. The senior is now poised to graduate in a few weeks with a degree in management and finance.

Indonesian Student Performs at Multicultural Student Thanksgiving Dinner

Indonesian student Endras Fadhilah performed at the 11th annual Multicultural Student Thanksgiving dinner held Tuesday.

The Multicultural Student Thanksgiving dinner is organized annually as a way to share the American tradition with the University of Kentucky’s multicultural community. The event enables many international students and scholars to experience what could be—and often is— their first American Thanksgiving dinner.

UK Master’s Student Researches HIV/AIDS in the Dominican Republic

After earning his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from The Ohio State University, Angel Algarin had plans to become a veterinarian. He would soon find out that he had to steer himself in another direction. Algarin wanted to study HIV/AIDS, and he knew that he had to find a way to follow this passion. Soon after, he applied for the master’s degree program in public health at the University of Kentucky.

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