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Each semester, UK sends education students into the classrooms of experienced K-12 teachers to observe and learn best practices for their own future classrooms. This year, the experience has been very different. Margaret Mohr-Schroeder, an associate dean for the UK College of Education, explains how student teachers were prepped for their unusual experience and how they learned to make the best of an unfortunate situation.
UKNow spoke with constitutional law and voting rights expert Joshua Douglas, the Ashland, Inc-Spears Distinguished Research Professor of Law in the UK J. David Rosenberg College of Law, to learn more about what Kentucky voters need to know this election season.
Reed discusses this new role, how it differs from his previous position as chief auditor, why this organizational change was needed at UK, the meaning and impact it provides to the overall mission of the University of Kentucky, and more.
The University of Kentucky swimmer who has turned heads all year does it once again, as Asia Seidt has been named a 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year finalist.
The University of Kentucky is requiring all students to receive their flu shot this year. More locations and times have been added, so students have plenty of options to get vaccinated.
The University of Kentucky Scripps Howard First Amendment Center is looking for a Kentuckian who is a champion of the First Amendment. The center, in the College of Communication and Information’s School of Journalism and Media, is accepting nominations to recognize those outside the journalism profession for their contributions to protect or expand First Amendment freedoms.
University of Kentucky Dining is conducting a survey to better understand the campus community’s satisfaction with their campus dining program and the changes made due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Wright, who also serves as UK's interim vice president for institutional diversity, is a UK alumnus and president emeritus of Prairie View A&M University.
On this edition of “Behind the Blue,” Nicole Martin and Rae Loftis of UK's Office of Inclusive Excellence and Diversity Education discuss how to navigate conversations surrounding race and equity, why these conversations are important in moving the campus forward and the role IEDE plays in creating a campus community invested in expanding diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
The University of Kentucky College of Public Health and the Office of Institutional Diversity are hosting “RaceWorks: Bridging Research and Practice to Foster Racial Literacy.”
Free regional airport shuttles will run this year at the end of semester break, just in time to get you home for Thanksgiving.
Licensed viewers will be able to watch the film on the Vimeo streaming platform between noon Sunday, Oct. 25, and noon Wednesday, Oct. 28. Registration ends noon Friday. Oct. 23.
The President's office and UK Staff Senate announce 2020 staff awards recognizing the professional accomplishments of staff members.
Events scheduled for Oct. 20 and 23.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic UK was faced with planning how to return to safe and reinvented normal operations for Fall 2020. Included in this was reimagining the dining experience for the UK community.
UK achieved most of it goals in the 2015-2020 Strategic Plan, and now — in the middle of a pandemic — will embark on a new plan to guide the next five years.
Donors contributed 3,539 gifts for a total of $2,644,378, including a $1.75 million transformative gift. This year’s digital giving day more than doubled the first year’s total. Gifts came in from 47 states and the areas receiving the most gifts in three categories (large unit, small unit and programs/centers) topped the “One Day for UK” leaderboards.
University of Kentucky will be a host institution sponsor for the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s 2020 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education.