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North campus parking will be impacted March 15-19 as the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament Lexington Regional will be held at Memorial Coliseum.
SBDC Day is a national movement created by America’s Small Business Development Center to help share the small-business success stories and the impact SBDCs have fostered in communities across the country.
The Inaugural KentuckyWorks Transition Summit and Community Conversation took place recently in Frankfort and began a dialogue on how to support Kentucky students with the most significant disabilities take their role in the workplace or in continuing education.
UK's campus community is invited to the On the Table discussion of what's good about Lexington, what needs changing and ideas on how to make it better.
As HDI promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities and their families throughout the lifespan, imagery is integral in depicting that message. The institute is beginning a project to expand photo resources of people with disabilities from diverse backgrounds.
Registration is now open for a special golf event hosted by students in UK's Gatton College.
This week's "Behind the Blue" podcast gets to know the 2017 Great Teacher Award winners at UK.
Due to decreased demand, Parking and Transportation Services will be reducing campus bus service and easing restrictions on most student parking lots during spring break.
Fayette County Public Schools and Junior Achievement (JA) of the Bluegrass recently opened a new facility in Lexington — JA BizTown and JA Finance Park. The facility provides elementary and middle school students the opportunity to experience a real-life lesson in economics, community and financial literacy. The University of Kentucky — along with other businesses, banks and offices — has a storefront in JA BizTown that helps students experience the real-life opportunities available in the free enterprise system.
It's finally the month most Kentuckians look forward to with UK taking to the court in the Southeastern Conference Tournament this weekend and the NCAA Tournament next week. But the connections between UK and March Madness go far beyond our basketball teams. Discover UK alumnus Jim Host's role in making college athletics what it is today and how he got his start right here in Lexington.
UK experts will offer a tree pruning workshop this Saturday, March 11, at the E.S. Good Barn on campus.
The StoryCorps mobile recording studio will be parked at Phoenix Park from March 16 to April 14, and reservations for interviews can be made online or by phone.
In preparation for the upcoming renovation taking place in Dickey Hall this summer, Uk Libraries has announced several changes regarding the Education Library beginning as early as March 13.
In an effort to better support student success at all levels, the University of Kentucky recently realigned the units reporting to the Office of the Provost. These forums were made possible through a collaboration with the University Senate and have been developed to help ensure faculty are aware of these changes.
UK's Quentin Tyler is participating in a national executive leadership development program in food systems.
UK Ag Equine Programs will host its annual career and opportunity fair tomorrow (March 7) at Spindletop Hall in Lexington.
March 5-11 is National Groundwater Awareness Week, a perfect time to learn more about the water beneath Kentucky’s surface.
The new website serves as an important portal for distributing university data to both members of the UK community and the public.