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"" ‘Language Ambush’ Probably Won’t Work
Students will be participating in the 30th anniversary of the Kentucky Foreign Language Festival at UK May 14.
"" Todd, UK Researchers to World Expo
President Lee T. Todd Jr. and several university representatives will join Gov. Ernie Fletcher in attending the World Expo 2005 in Japan.
"" Lexington’s Civil Rights Legacy on Display
A collection of images depicting events of the social movement during the early 1960s will be on display beginning May 17.
"" Project Completed in Uttingertown
The historic preservation project is one of approximately 30 that UK’s Center for Historic Architecture and Preservation has assisted.
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Updated 5/16/05 11:48 AM

Pollen: 28 (High)
Mold: 13,292 (High)
Major Pollen Type: Grass

Gastric Bypass Informational Meeting
May 16, 7-8:30 PM
Gill Heart Institute, 800 Rose Street

Raymond J. Gagliardi, M.D., director of the UK MIS Center and staff will be on hand to discuss the bariatric surgery program guidelines.
Free and open to the public
Phone (859) 257-6761
Sponsored by the UK Minimally Invasive Surgery Bariatric Center

Boyer & Plaisted Art Class Exhibit
May 17-20, 11 AM - 4 PM
Rasdall Gallery, UK Student Center

A free Donovan Scholars-sponsored art exhibit.
Phone (859) 257-2657
Sponsored by the UK Donovan Scholars Program

UK Symposium in Reproductive Sciences
May 19-20, 8:30 AM - Noon
William T. Young Library Auditorium

The symposium seeks to bring faculty, clinicians, and trainees in the field of reproductive sciences together to exchange ideas and information with each other and with recognized leaders of the reproductive sciences community.
Phone (859) 323-1870
Sponsored by the UK Forum for Reproductive Sciences