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Student-athletes on the various University of Kentucky Wildcat teams continue to perform well when it comes to a key NCAA academic ranking.
On Friday, UK will host high school sophomores and juniors and their families for May Day open house. Those who park in the South Limestone Garage should expect an increase in visitors parking in the facility.
Students in Warren County recently got the opportunity to enjoy a baseball game while learning about agriculture.
A brigade of students and professional staff with the University of Kentucky’s Shoulder to Shoulder Global and the Hombro a Hombro Foundation are on their way to Santa Domingo as they celebrate 10 years of commitment to the Santo Domingo de los Tsacvhilas community in Ecuador.
Effective immediately, the Woodland Avenue Lot, previously an on-campus residential parking lot, is now an employee parking lot.
The University of Kentucky is playing a leading role in a national hemp conference to be held in Lexington this September.
The 2017 UK Libraries Medallion for Intellectual Achievement will be presented to national public health leader and scholar, Dr. F. Douglas Scutchfield. The UK Libraries Medallion for Intellectual Achievement is one of the university's most prestigious awards. It was created in 1990 to recognize high intellectual achievement by a Kentuckian who has made a contribution of lasting value to the Commonwealth.
Exciting things continue to happen on UK's entrepreneurial front.
University of Kentucky Dining has announced its hours of operation for Monday, May 8, through Wednesday, June 7.
The Biological-Pharmaceutical Building is being renamed for Lee T. Todd Jr., who served as UK's president from 2001 to 2011. During Todd's tenure, he secured funding for the building, which became the largest academic building in the state when it opened in 2010.
The impact that small businesses have on the state's economy was acknowledged at ceremonies in Frankfort recently.
Graduating senior Jaclyn Perryman has served on the UK Tobacco-Free Take Action Team for four years, helping to make campus a healthier enviornment.
More than 2,500 undergraduates and 600 graduate and professional students are expected to participate in the UK Commencement ceremonies today and Sunday, marking the largest commencement in UK's history. Family and friends can watch live here.
91.3 WUKY station manager, Tom Godell, said the addition of the BBC news would provide an international perspective from a well-known and trusted news source.
During the summer months, Transportation Services implements changes to campus transit and parking due to the reduced campus population.
Due to routine maintenance, the top level of the University Drive Garage (PS #1) will be temporarily closed starting Monday, May 8.
UK tied a school record with four teams – men’s basketball, men’s golf, softball and volleyball – receiving awards for their Academic Progress Rate scores.
This week, UK will honor its next group of undergraduate and graduate degree candidates, as spring commencement ceremonies are held. As these new graduates move on from campus and out into the world, they may soon discover that no matter how far from Lexington they travel, the university is closer than they might expect. Alumni from UK live and work around the world, and the UK Alumni Association works to keep those alumni connected both to campus and each other.
Anyone who wants to help raise funds for WUKY can donate items for an online auction to benefit the public radio station.