Presenting: "Portraits of Resilience: Insights from Rural Appalachia" on Wednesday, March 21st at 3:00 p.m. 

The event will span the entire weekend of February 23rd-25th and will feature artists from all over the Country! 

Since 2006, the University of Kentucky Center for Clinical & Translational Science (CCTS) has enrolled over 17,000 women in the WHY study. By providing members with educational opportunities to volunteer for medical research, they are helping bridge the gender gap within science research.

Allegations of improper sexual conduct nationwide and locally have powered the "Me Too" movement, where victims are choosing to share their experiences on social media.

University of Kentucky postdoctoral fellow Emily Bonistall Postel will be recognized by the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center (BRCC) as an Advocate for Change during the organization's Halloween Soiree fundraising event on Saturday, Oct. 21.  

National experts on campus sexual misconduct presented talks and participated in discussions on issues related to the topic at "Campus Responses to Sexual Misconduct: Pausing to Consider the Implications" hosted by the University of Kentucky Center for Research on Violence Against Women on September 21st-22nd at the Hyatt Regency

The Center is hosting a screening of "Beauty Bites Beast" on Wednesday at 7:00. The film focuses about self-defense initiatives as a form of empowerment and prevention that has lost focus and attention. 

Bringham Young University's popular radio show, Top of Mind with Julie Rose, invited Dr. Renzetti as a guest to discuss the Center's Therapeutic Horticulture research.