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What is known as Entrepreneurs Bootcamp at UK recently celebrated the graduation of its latest class.
UK students and alumni will meet members of the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati Alumni Club and prominent business owners and employers at the Cat Connections meet-and-greet Jan. 4.
Beginning the week of Dec. 18, portions of the Jersey Street Lot will be temporarily blocked.
The UK Board of Trustees today approved making the former residence hall complex surplus property -- the first step in ultimately tearing down the 50-year-old buildings.
The UK Board of Trustees today said yes to a proposal having UK convey 250 acres to the city of Lexington for business development in exchange for control of several streets around campus. The city is expected to consider the proposal in January.
In honor of all students who are receiving their degrees in December Commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 15, UK is adding special blue lighting to buildings this week.
In preparation for DanceBlue 2018, UK staff and faculty are invited to contribute through the third annual Staff and Faculty DanceBlue Mini-Marathon.
With December graduation ceremonies and holidays to celebrate, it is not unlikely beer cheese will grace many a table at receptions and parties around the Commonwealth. To learn more about this beloved Kentucky tradition, check out “The Beer Cheese Book” by food writer Garin Pirnia and published by University Press of Kentucky.
Six teams will begin sustainability projects on and off campus next semester after winning 2018 Sustainability Challenge Grants.
Budding entrepreneurs continued to gain experience and momentum during Lexington's recent Global Entrepreneurship Week.
UK graduate Ashley Judd is among the “silence breakers” that have been named Time magazine's Person of the Year for shining a spotlight on sexual misconduct in America.
The 2017 NCAA Women's Volleyball Regional Semifinals and Regional Final will be held at Memorial Coliseum Friday and Saturday. As a result, some campus parking lots will be unavailable.
UK Vice President for Institutional Diversity Sonja Feist-Price discusses how the UK family can help create a more inclusive campus community
The UK Volleyball team hosts three other schools as part of the NCAA Sweet 16 this Friday and Saturday, in Memorial Coliseum.
The campus community will have the opportunity to engage with the two finalists for UK’s next provost at forums Thursday, Dec. 8, and Friday, Dec. 9.
As part of the UK Men's Basketball Oral History Project, fans can now hear the memories of legendary UK basketball players from the source themselves and get insight on what the athletes were thinking in those big games or after those amazing buzzer beater shots. Working with 1978 NCAA champion and All-America Kyle Macy, the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History has made available online more than 20 long-form interviews with such Wildcat stars as Louie Dampier, Dan Issel, Kevin Grevey, Kenny Walker, Sam Bowie and Tony Delk.
As winter weather nears, UK students, faculty and staff have resources available to help safely navigate campus.
The UK chapter of Phi Kappa Phi recently inducted 50 new members.
A semester-long class project by Gatton College economics students will payoff to the tune of $10,000 for a local nonprofit tomorrow.
Hosted by the College of Social Work in partnership this year with the College of Arts and Sciences, the lecture is named for Lexington social worker and social justice advocate Irma Sarett Rosenstein.