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Working professionals will face one less obstacle when trying to gain admittance to the Gatton College's MBA program.
UK's Gatton College will be the site for a panel discussion on charter schools on Thursday, March 30.
The skills needed to secure a job in today's market are not the same ones used even five years ago. The UK Alumni Association Career Services, UK Human Resources Career Development and Fayette County Extension Service combined their unique expertise to create the Job Club. Job seekers and employers alike attend Job Club meetings. To date, more than half those attending Job Club meetings have secured a job.
The Office of LGBTQ* Resources has opened its annual cycle of scholarships and grants available to students. The deadline to apply for a scholarship or grant is 5 p.m. Friday, March 31.
This Friday, March 24, is the deadline for nominations for the annual William E. Lyons Award, sponsored by UK's Martin School of Public Policy and Administration and the Department of Political Science.
The UK Chellgren Center offers an opportunity to view the award-winning documentary "Gideon's Army," the story of a group of young public defenders fighting daily for justice for the indigent. UK College of Law Professor Allison Connelly will speak briefly before the film.
The UK College of Social Work in collaboration with the UK Office of LGBTQ* Resources will hold the second annual "Out in the Open" Conference March 31, 2017.
The Tin Roof in Indianapolis will host game watch parties for both the men and women NCAA Tournament games.
Top students from across the Commonwealth and the region will make their way to Lexington for the University of Kentucky's Merit weekends March 17-18, March 24-25 and March 31-April 1.
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.