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The annual Big Blue Crush blood drive celebrates a special anniversary on the UK campus this week.
This Veterans Day weekend, we honor a UK staff member who aims to help student veterans as they transition from military life to campus life. In this episode of "Kentucky's Heartbeat," watch why Tony Dotson is so determined to see his students earn their UK degrees!
More than 120 men and women — some military veterans, some civilians — met on the turf at Kroger Field for a mock military mission intended to build community during Lexington's Week of Valor.
This week, purple lights will glow at William T. Young Library, Memorial Hall, residence halls and other buildings on campus to show UK's commitment to a world without Alzheimer's disease and to commemorate the important work done by caregivers.
As part of this fall's Campus Community Emergency Response Team (C-CERT) training, UK Police will be presenting an emergency response training from noon-3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, inside and outside of Kirwan 4.
Ahmad Alexander studies public health with the goal of helping other service members always at the forefront of his mind.
Ten Kentucky institutions of higher learning, members of the Central Kentucky Diversity Consortium, will send student, faculty and staff representatives to the Multicultural Opportunities, Strategies and Institutional Inclusiveness Conference (MOSAIIC) on the UK campus to discuss racial disparities, human rights in a democracy and juvenile justice issues.
The facility, which opened this fall semester, is named in honor of UK alumnus Thomas W. Lewis and his wife Jan, who gave $23 million to create one of the country's leading honors programs. The donation is the largest single gift in UK's history.
Sonja Feist-Price, vice president for institutional diversity at UK, talks with "Behind the Blue" about the work of the university's Office for Institutional Diversity.
Lt. Gov. Hampton visited the UK campus to speak about her experiences in engineering and tour several aerospace-related student projects at NASA Kentucky.
Operation Immunization is in full swing as students from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy help to immunize the University community while educating the public on the importance of receiving their vaccines.
UK Wendell H. Ford Public Policy Research Center recently acquired the papers of former Kentucky Rep. Brent Yonts. An alumnus of Murray State University and the UK College of Law, Yonts served as the representative of Kentucky District 15 from 1997 until 2016.
Students organize food drive for Thanksgiving meals.
To close out National Cyber Security Awareness Month, UK Information Technology Services's explains a new era of the internet and offers tips for using IoT devices securely.
"UK at the Half" airs during halftime of each UK football and basketball game broadcast and features the people, programs, research, health care and service that combine to make UK the university for Kentucky.
The world's largest automaker and UK are collaborating to train students in automotive production engineering, addressing a significant industry need in the nation's third-largest auto-producing state.
A student with a very famous last name is thrilled to be a part of UK's Distillation, Wine and Brewing Studies program.
UK Science and Engineering Library invites all UK students, faculty and staff to stop by and learn more about their resources and services at a week of events kicking off 2:30 p.m. today (Monday) with an open house.