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College of Arts and Sciences offers its first undergraduate certificate in international film studies. Professor Jeffrey Peters hopes the program will create the opportunity to expand film studies at UK.
A new book about Kentucky entrepreneurs is proving to be very popular.
UK's Gaines Center and MFA in Creative Writing program will welcome to campus 2017 MacArthur Foundation "Genius" Grant recipient and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen for a reading beginning 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, at the Singletary Center.
UK's Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching is proud to announce the inaugural issue of Greater Faculties: A Review of Teaching and Learning, an open access journal hosted by the UK Libraries’ UKnowledge repository.
As UK College of Design explores ways to expand its academic reach, the idea of product design rises to the top as an axiomatic program to attract new design-driven students.
The University of Kentucky recently received a more than $12 million gift from UK alumnus and philanthropist Paul Chellgren and his wife, Deborah Cole Chellgren, to support the Chellgren Center for Undergraduate Excellence. As a result of the gift, Woodland Glen I residence hall in the heart of the UK campus is being named Chellgren Hall.
UK Information Technology Services is providing tips and advice throughout Cyber Security Awareness Month, focusing this week on copyright compliance. Use these resources for more information on how to appropriately use the works of others.
Register is now available for Operation Wildcat, an opportunity for veterans and civilians to work together on a virtual military mission at Kroger Field.
Kroger Field at UK is the first football stadium in the SEC to achieve LEED status.
With Generation Z in our classrooms and entering the work force, the University of Kentucky — and colleges everywhere — are arriving at an unprecedented moment: five generations are navigating the university together. That’s why the theme of this year’s University Leadership Forum will be “Leading Across Generations.” The forum is scheduled for Oct. 23-25.
Transportation Services has added a new joint-use intermediate parking lot to its inventory. The lot, located across Scott Street from the Reynolds Lot, has 153 spaces and will accommodate both employee intermediate (E) permits and commuter student (C9) permits.
UK Alumni Association hosts a tailgate party at Starkville, Mississippi, home to Mississippi State University.
UK’s Von Allmen Center, College of Nursing Work Together on HealthTech Innovations and Entrepreneurship
People representing different areas of the UK campus came together recently to showcase the positive impacts of entrepreneurship on innovation in health care.
Cyber security brings with it an ever-evolving library of terminology that at times can be difficult to understand. Here are the terms you need to know.
A new book from University Press of Kentucky by award-winning author and chef Albert W. A. Schmid serves up a feast for readers wanting to know more about burgoo, barbecue and bourbon.
Watch this latest “Five Questions” video to discover a side of UK Athletics most people never see. UK Deputy Director of Athletics DeWayne Peevy explains what it means to him when former players return to earn their UK degrees and the big dreams he has for Wildcats from all sports to excel on and off the field, court or track.
Michelle Jones-London, of the National Institutes of Health, will speak to faculty, staff and students about diversity in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
The UK College of Arts and Sciences celebrated its Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Friday, recognizing alumni Charlie Grizzle, Martha Rolingson and Tom Spalding, and faculty Karl Raitz and Daniel Reedy.
Kentucky 4-H helps youth to develop a variety of skills and at times, to discover more about their own backyard.