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UK's Office of Nationally Competitive Awards will host two sessions with Rhodes Scholars Fagan Harris, the assistant American secretary of the Rhodes Trust, and Raymond Burse, former president of Kentucky State University, on the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. All programming for students and faculty will be presented on Friday, April 13.
UK's Office of LGBTQ* Resources has scheduled a full calendar of Pride Week activities for April 9-14.
Bike Week will be held Monday, April 9, through Friday, April 13, and is part of Earth Days in the Bluegrass.
UK recently received approval from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council and the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority to establish a tax increment financing district within the Coldstream Research Campus.
The Boone Center Grill will open for the season Monday, April 9.
UK Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced that December 2017 philosophy graduate Benjamin Troupe was named a finalist for the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship. The program provides graduate students with up to $37,500 annually in financial support for a two-year’s master degree in a field related to the Foreign Service, as well as internships, mentoring and professional development.
The Center for Community Outreach is partnering with the Kentucky Blood Center to host an on-campus blood drive April 2-6 at several locations across campus.
UK philosophy junior Beau Revlett has been selected to deliver the 24th annual Edward T. Breathitt Undergraduate Lectureship in the Humanities 7 p.m. Thursday, April 5, at William T. Young Library. Revlett’s free public lecture will explore how multidisciplinary approaches to deciding what is good or rational may be beneficial to society.
The past two weeks UK has hosted two nationally recognized artists, Karyn Olivier and Bethany Collins, who have presented their design concepts for artwork to be featured in two vaulted spaces in Memorial Hall’s vestibule. UK’s Memorial Hall Art Committee asked the artists to re-imagine the challenge taken up by Memorial Hall mural artist Ann Rice O’Hanlon in 1934 to depict Kentucky’s evolution from a frontier state to a modern Commonwealth while also interpreting the complex realities of Kentucky and the United States today.
The Kentucky Small Business Development Center can help businesses who have suffered flood damage this year.
Facing Change Week, organized by UK's Bias Incident Support Services in collaboration with numerous UK offices and groups, supports one of UK's four pillars of academic excellence: belonging and engagement.
During his time at the University of Kentucky, Brett Fountain felt a sense of community that inspired and prepared him to work to give a voice to those who may not normally be listened to.
The UK African American and Africana Studies Program hopes to send a message of empowerment throughout the 24th annual Black Women's Conference. This year's conference, themed "The New Jane Crow; Black Women, Mass Incarceration, and Police Violence," will be held Friday, March 30, and Saturday, March 31.
Erin Sterling Lewis, 2002 graduate of UK’s School of Architecture, is one of only 18 recipients of the 2018 Young Architects Awards administered and funded by the American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows.
The blog recognizing Social Work Month is by UK College of Social Work interim Dean Ann Vail and Assistant Professor Jay Miller.
UK Remembers honors those who UK lost in the past year with a simple memorial service.
The Office of University Events is excited to announce that spaces in the Student Center will be available for booking beginning Sunday, April 1.