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Helping students move onto campus isn't just about picking up boxes and unloading suitcases. For the UK faculty, staff and students who volunteer their time during three days of Move-In it's about forming relationships from the moment new Wildcats and their families step foot on campus. Watch how these volunteers make a difference by making students feel at home and their parents and family members feel at ease.
The third year of the Entrepreneurs Bootcamp at UK is getting ready to launch with plenty of exciting projects.
The purpose of the Central Kentucky Job Club is to provide a positive environment for motivated job seekers to meet, connect, share and learn. The free group is open to the public and meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.
Last semester, the Office for Institutional Diversity selected seven collaborative proposals to receive funding. The programs are focused on students and fostered collaboration and partnerships among groups, centers, programs and registered student organizations.
For the past three years, Sustainability Challenge Grants have engaged multidisciplinary teams from the UK community to advance economic vitality, ecological integrity and social equity with creative projects on and off campus.
Fish farming, yes even indoor fish farming, is growing in popularity and next month the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service is providing an opportunity for you to learn all about it.
The Kentucky Wood Expo is back in Lexington this year and the University of Kentucky again is an important part of the event.
UK students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to donate blood at various locations across campus this week.