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Numbers are never just numbers; they represent human struggles. They represent the affliction of our brothers and sisters across the Commonwealth and the world, whose lives we have the power of touching.
Because of the strong partnership between UK Athletics and our academic mission, we aren't just recruiting the next All-American athlete. We’re able to recruit top students, teach at the leading edge of science education, and bring world-class scientists together to conduct research that addresses Kentucky questions.
Just as we continually evaluate and improve our student support systems using data, we must also leverage emerging technology to advance our work.
As part of our campus-wide engagement to foster an environment of student success, the Office of the Provost and University Senate welcomed George Kuh, a nationally recognized expert and scholar of student success, to campus earlier this month.
Supporting Student Success At All Levels: The Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity Initiatives
As part of its expansion, last week the Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity Initiatives opened an additional campus location in the lower level of the Gillis Building.
The University of Kentucky Office of Faculty Advancement is now accepting nominations for the University of Kentucky Inclusive Excellence Award. The award will recognize the accomplishments of individuals and academic or professional units that demonstrate a sustained commitment to diversity and inclusion through campus and community involvement and exemplary leadership.
Last week, Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts visited the University of Kentucky. The event was made even more special, because it represented one of many times a notable, influential leader has visited our campus.
The four pillars of student success—academic success, financial stability, wellness, and belonging—guide us as we align our resources and create initiatives to help students, not just succeed, but thrive on our campus. On Monday, we unveiled a resource specifically targeting the second pillar—financial stability.
The UK Education Abroad Spring Fair will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 8, from 4-7 p.m., in the Hub of the William T. Young Library.
At the University of Kentucky, we aim to exemplify Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s teachings, not just on the day that bears his name, but throughout the year. We do so by sustaining an environment of belonging—one where people of all identities, backgrounds, and perspectives feel welcome.
At UK, we are focusing more intently than ever on student success, particularly on four fundamental pillars: academic success, financial stability, wellness and belonging.