Advising Network Announcements

hire blue Fall Career Fairs - September 24 and 25

Next week, the University of Kentucky will welcome more than 200 employers to campus for the hire blue Fall Career Fairs, taking place on Tuesday, September 24th, 12:00pm-4:00pm (Engineering, Computer Science, and STEM) and Wednesday, September 25th, 11:00am – 3:00pm (Business, Communications, Liberal Arts, and Humanities Career Fair) in the Bill Gatton Student Center ballrooms. The hire blue Fall Career Fairs offer students an important opportunity to network and connect with employers representing a wide diversity of industries.

Involvement Fair Information Message Body

The student organization involvement fair is Thursday, September 19th, from 11:30am-2:30pm in the Gatton Student Center Ballroom. There will be the opportunity to get connected with nearly 100 different student organizations, free food, and a chance to win a giveaway prize! For more information, check out the event page on BBNvolved ( or the attached graphic.

Mental Health First Aid

Did you miss out on the Mental Health First Aid Training earlier this year? Sign up here for an upcoming training!

Dollar$ & Censu$ Let’s Talk About It

Come celebrate Constitution Day with UK at a special luncheon discussion regarding the Census with guest speakers from the Mayor’s Office, the Census Bureau, and CivicLex!

Learn about why the Census matters and how it affects, Lexington, education and more!

Top Toot - Cleila Smyth!

Top Toots" Advisor Recognition

September 19,  2019

Please join us in celebrating

Cleila Smyth

as the UK Advising Network's "Top Toots!" honoree for this week!




Top Toot - Kelsey Carew!

Top Toots" Advisor Recognition

September 10, 2019

Please join us in celebrating

Kelsey Carew

as the UK Advising Network's "Top Toots!" honoree for this week!




Education Abroad Fair

UK Education Abroad & Exchanges Fall Fair

The UK Education Abroad & Exchanges (UK EA) Fall Fair will take place on Wednesday, September 18 from 2p-5p in the Gatton Student Center Ballroom. 

UK EA staff, partners, and college representatives will be available to discuss program options, scholarships, experience types, and more! Please encourage your students to attend in order to learn more about international study, intern, research, service, and teaching experiences abroad. 

As a bonus, we'll be giving away free t-shirts as supplies last! 

Payne International Development Fellowship information sessions

Payne International Development Fellowship Information Sessions

A representative from the Donald M. Payne International Development Fellowship will be on campus September 13 for two information sessions. The fellowship is for students interested in international development and careers in the USAID Foreign Service. Candidates can be graduating seniors or college graduates with strong academic records and a desire to promote positive change in the world.

Information sessions will be held:

Late Starting Anthropology Courses

Anthropology is offering two part-of-semester late start classes, as follows.


ANT 160-019 Cultural Diversity in the Modern World with Dr. Ann Kingsolver
This class meets in person for ten weeks, TR 2.00-3.15pm in Whitehall 336, beginning Tuesday October 1


ANT 311-201 Anthropology of Globalization with Erfan Saidi Moqadam
This is an ONLINE only class which runs for eight weeks, beginning Monday October 21


Registration for both these classes is now open.

Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator


My name is Ivy Bruce, and I am the Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator. I wanted to reach out to give you all some more information about our Collegiate Recovery Community here at UK. The CRC is a space designated to provide non-clinical support for students in recovery from substance use disorders, family and friends affected by substance use and students interested in learning more about how to be a recovery ally to cultivate a recovery ready campus. Below are our recurring program offerings: