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Watch why these UK students are so grateful for the support, compassion and guidance shown by their teachers.
This is the fifth annual Commonwealth Supply Chain Innovation Award, given by the UK Gatton College of Business and Economics and sponsored by SAS.
The central campus staple is currently undergoing a two-phase construction project that will result in a renovation of the third floor, as well as a completely new exterior façade of the building.
The UK College of Medicine's Faculty of Color Network recently celebrated pioneers and advocates Dr. Carl Watson and Chester Grundy.
UK’s inaugural Sustainability Pitch Competition will be held April 13.
This edition of "Behind the Blue" features the founding president of UK’s Black Student Union and today’s leader. Two student leaders – one from today, another from more than a generation ago – engage in a thought-provoking discussion about their roles as change makers, their leadership of the Black Student Union and their vision for the campus community and beyond.
As UKNow continues its special Black History Month series of stories focused on building belonging, UK President Eli Capillouto shares his thoughts on how far UK has come since Lyman T. Johnson took legal action to become the first African-American student, and how UK is still evolving.
College of Public Health Dean Donna Arnett and Margaret Pisacano, who directs risk management at UK HealthCare, will co-chair the taskforce.
The Reynolds Building will be renovated to become the future home of the College of Design, the first time all the college's programs will be under one roof.
Demolition will begin in March on the property that formerly housed Kennedy’s Bookstore and Fazoli’s, making way for more than 900 parking spaces as well as university innovation and private retail space.
Discover why a recent UK graduate is so thankful for the support she received on campus from dedicated faculty and staff.
UK Libraries has joined HathiTrust, a partnership with more than 145 major research institutions and libraries, thereby bolstering accessibility to resources available to UK faculty, staff and students.
UK students, faculty and staff who want to fight hunger have a special opportunity to help through Friday of this week.
UK students and employees who have a parking citation can pay their fee by donating food or personal care items during UK Transportation Services’ fourth annual Donations for Citations drive. Donations for Citations starts Monday, Feb. 25, and runs through Friday, March 8. All donations will benefit UK’s Big Blue Pantry, an on-campus organization that works to combat hunger and food insecurity for UK students.
The report, which was released last month, detailed statistically significant improvements for Fostering Success participants across several core employment domains including job readiness, vocational self-efficacy, and ability to overcome and cope with employment related struggles.
If approved by the UK Board of Trustees, the William L. Matthews Jr. Professor of Law and former director of UK’s African American and Africana Studies Program, Melynda J. Price, will take over the directorship and the position of John R. Gaines Endowed Chair in the Humanities.
Nicole Chung, author of the award-winning memoir “All You Can Ever Know,” will give the keynote speech at the 2019 Kentucky Women Writers Conference, scheduled for Sept. 19-22.