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Another national title for the UK Ag Economics' student quiz bowl team.
The new yellow route will offer bus service from noon until midnight each Sunday during the fall and spring semesters.
UK strives to create a welcoming community for everyone. But, it's not an overnight project. Over the course of the summer, UK faculty and staff are hard at work preparing a home for the Class of 2022. Discover how the entire campus came together to welcome our newest Wildcats.
The Visitor Center moved from the lower level of the Main Building where it had been located since 2004.
How did you spend your summer? If you are part of the UK family, the answer probably revolves around more than just vacations. Discover why UKNow will spend the next few days demonstrating the ways in which people from across campus work year-round to teach, learn, discover, serve and heal.
Move-in will impact parking and traffic on campus at various times.
UK faculty and staff members can lend a helping and welcoming hand during residence hall move-in and K Week activities.
The water quality project was part of Shoulder to Shoulder Global, a UK Global Health Initiative that has assisted over 20,000 patients during its past 11 years of service in Ecuador.
The lights were installed to aid with the larger volume of pedestrian traffic from the new Gatton Student Center and north campus housing.
Starting Monday, Aug. 13, the main Transportation Services office on Press Avenue will be open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and will have some Saturday hours during August.
The high school teachers from Pikeville, Louisville and Versailles will be presented with their awards by U.S. Archivist David S. Ferriero at a public ceremony scheduled 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, in the Margaret I. King Library Building.
The conference will be held in October, and the deadline for submitting session proposals is Aug. 29.
Clients of the UK-based Kentucky Small Business Development Center recently took part in the national SBA's Ignite Tour.
Among the events are a Wildcat Wheels open house and Pedalpalooze during K Week, as well as a Kentucky Bike Walk Summit in Lexington Aug. 16 and 17.
The local food movement is gaining in popularity in rural Kentucky.
Helping Business Students Succeed in the Bluegrass and Beyond: Campus Walk With New Dean Simon Sheather
Come along on a campus walk with UK's Gatton College of Business and Economics Dean Simon Sheather to discover why the Australia native is so excited to welcome students back to campus in just a few short weeks!
The art committee is making significant strides in getting more pieces placed in UK's Gatton Student Center, including new work by Lexington artists Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova.
Alumna Simidele Adeagbo has recently been selected for the inaugural Obama Foundation Leaders: Africa Program.
The lot, at the corner of Rose Street and Huguelet Drive, offers 66 spaces after an expansion construction project this summer.