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Campus Recreation and Wellness is excited to be offering virtual group fitness classes for all UK students, faculty and staff. Beginning Wednesday, March 24, group fitness classes will be taught through Facebook Live in a private group.
Complex Drive on the University of Kentucky campus is scheduled to temporarily close to traffic and parking Monday, March 30, through Friday, June 19.
University of Kentucky Executive Vice President for Health Affairs Mark Newman emphasized that point in an email to all faculty, staff and students.
In Jim Host's his new book, “Changing the Game,” written with Eric A. Moyen and published by the University Press of Kentucky, Host details his entrepreneurial career in sports marketing.
Bolivar Street will be one way from South Upper toward Oliver Lewis Way and South Broadway beginning Monday, March 30. Avenue of Champions will be one way from Rose Street to South Limestone beginning Wednesday, April 1.
When the University of Kentucky sent its students home to continue their classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the effects of that decision rippled out beyond campus to the local farmers who supply UK Dining Services with food.
The Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky and the Kentucky Small Business Development Center, both housed in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, are two places to which small-business owners in the state can turn during this hard economic time brought on by COVID-19.
BLOG: Advice for Parents From UK College of Education's Candace Hargons on Talking to Kids About COVID-19
University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology's Candace Hargons provides best practices when talking to your kids about COVID-19.
UK Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart sent a message to fans detailing changes to the football season ticket renewal timeline in light of the ongoing response to COVID-19.
In her blog this week, University of Kentucky Vice President for Institutional Diversity Sonja Feist-Price emphasizes to the campus community to respect cultural differences and not let fears associated with COVID-19 lead to social stigma.
Campus transit services have been adjusted as a result of the university’s response to the coronavirus and the subsequent modifications to campus operations and academic instruction.
Beginning Tuesday, March 24, lights on 21 of UK’s buildings will burn green from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. each night for four nights in remembrance of the four people who have died from the coronavirus in Kentucky.
This week marked the start of online learning for University of Kentucky students across campus following the announcement from President Eli Capilouto suspending all in-person instruction through the end of the spring semester in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Through additional trainings and preparations the university ensured a smooth transition for both students and faculty members.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing, agents with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service are finding innovative ways to reach, educate and entertain their clients. One way they are doing so is by packaging up the extension office and making it available to their clients.
The Kernel will continue to publish stories online, and it will continue to communicate through social media and its email blasts.
In the midst of this rapidly evolving, challenging time, University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto shared a special video message with the entire campus community.
University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment Associate Professor David McNear, one of this year's Great Teacher Award recipients, says he learns just as much from his students as they do from him. McNear is in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences.