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The University of Kentucky is helping to facilitate an outstanding opportunity for teenagers who want to learn more about forestry.
In conjunction with objective two of the UK Strategic Plan, which focuses on graduate education, the Office of the Provost charged a Blue-Ribbon Committee for Graduate Education with envisioning the future of the graduate student experience and developing a rigorous intellectual vision for graduate education.
Safety of the UK community is a top priority. The UK Police Department Division of Crisis Management and Preparedness and UK Human Resources want students, faculty, staff and visitors to be weather aware.
Paul Harris, who currently serves as the associate director and professor in the Honors College at Auburn University, will attend an open forum on Tuesday, April 4 from 2:30-3:30, in the UK Athletics Association Auditorium in the William T. Young Library.
The Office for Institutional Diversity is offering Inclusive Excellence Student Program grants. The office is now accepting proposals for the third round of grant funding.
Former UK faculty member and administrator Deneese Jones returns to campus to discuss race and gender in higher education administration in a presentation hosted by the UK Women's Executive Leadership Development program.
UK's Lorna Patches enjoys helping others reach their professional aspirations through executive programs in the Gatton College.
The UK Horticulture Department is looking out for pets with a spring service project.
Throughout the month of April, four candidates for the position of dean of the UK Lewis Honors College will visit campus, participate in open forums and meet with constituent groups in the UK community.
The award will go to an outstanding graduating woman, an outstanding graduating man and a distinguished community member for their inspirational humanitarian achievements,
The nine honorees will be inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Friday, April 28.
University of Kentucky Parking and Transportation Services is changing its name to Transportation Services to better represent the overall efforts and goals to facilitate access to campus through an array of transportation options and commuting alternatives.
Through its role with Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass BizTown, the University of Kentucky is helping teach students the importance of skills in financial literacy, community economics, work readiness and business management.
“The world lost one of its great leaders — a champion in the unending fight against oppression — with the passing of Ahmed Kathrada,” said President Eli Capilouto.
University of Kentucky's Charles Coomer has been accepted into the National Institutes of Health Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program.
Physical education teachers, as well as college students studying physical education, are invited to sessions focused on innovative games, health education, classroom physical activity and more on June 19.
As UK's football team takes to the field for spring practice, anticipation builds for the season ahead. But there's a staff of dedicated academic counselors who work with UK student-athletes year-round to help them balance the demands of training with succeeding inside and outside of the classroom. Click to meet one such counselor in this "Kentucky's Heartbeat" video feature.
University Press of Kentucky author Rion Amilcar Scott was named the winner of the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Award for Debut Fiction for his book "Insurrections: Stories" during the PEN/America Literary Awards Ceremony held March 27 in New York City.
From Feb. 27 through March 10, Parking and Transportation Services accepted donations of nonperishable goods in exchange for waiving one regular parking citation of $25 or less under the Donations for Citations program benefiting the Big Blue Pantry.
Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship's popular Lunch and Learn Series is back.