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A current University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center exhibit, “Gatewood Galbraith: The Last Free Man in America,” explores the life and work of a Kentucky icon whose outsized life had an impact not only on the state, but also the country. The free public exhibit is on display through July 28, in the M.I. King Library Building.
UK enjoys summertime on the Boone Center Terrace.
A UK student currently pursuing his doctoral degree from the Gatton College of Business and Economics has earned the opportunity to meet with Nobel Laureates from around the world next month.
What makes the University of Kentucky a desirable place to work, study and teach for students and scholars from around the world? That's a question Associate Provost for Internationalization Sue Roberts relishes in answering. Watch what she tells people across the globe about our campus and why she has to also dispel a certain myth surrounding fried chicken in almost every country she visits!
The 2016-17 school year proved to be a record-setting year for University of Kentucky Athletics.
The vital connection between farms and cities will be celebrated on July 6 in Franklin County with the annual Farm-City Field Day.
UK Information Technology Services and UK HeathCare IT want to ensure all UK students, faculty and staff understand the significance of these events and are knowledgeable about proactive measures.
LGBTQ* Resources Informs of Care for Patients With Diverse Gender Identities and Sexual Orientations
Today, Friday, June 30, the Office of LGBTQ* Resources will have an information table in Chandler Hospital informing the campus of clinical resources related to providing high quality care for patients with diverse gender identities and sexual orientations.
Jasper Waugh-Quasebarth, a UK doctoral student of cultural anthropology who also teaches in the UK Appalachian Studies Program, has discovered the enchanted creative process of crafting musical instruments by hand — from Appalachian hillside to wood mill to curing shed to workshop to musician. His Wenner-Gren Foundation Dissertation Fieldwork Grant is allowing him the summer to immerse himself in the historical creative process of making musical instruments by hand.