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The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service recently received more than $1 million to help further the organization’s statewide educational efforts in opioid prevention and recovery.
A bicycle breakdown is no laughing matter, especially when it’s your primary mode of transportation. Keeping cyclists on the road is the impetus behind a new vending machine that dispenses bike parts instead of beverages.
In New York last week, UK and its new partner Gen.G held an event at Samsung 837, the company’s high-tech event space in the city’s Meatpacking District. The event featured a panel discussion, moderated by esports personality and UK aluma Erin Ashley Simon, in front of more than 200 people. Participants in the event also tried out some of the latest games and gaming hardware from Samsung.
Stress the "giving" part of Thanksgiving by preparing a box of food for those less fortunate.
Former infantry paratrooper Jonathan Thomas grew up hating math. However, when he came to UK on the G.I. Bill and Army College Fund, things changed.
At Saturday’s football game, representatives from OID were honored on the field. The group recognized is leading efforts to celebrate the life of Lyman T. Johnson as UK marks the 70-year anniversary of integration at the UK.
The University of Kentucky announced a historic gift to the College of Law from J. David Rosenberg and his wife, Dianne, who live in Cincinnati. The gift is the third largest single donation in university history.
Laura Yost, a former UK cheerleader and UK College of Education alumna, is using her life experiences to help future teachers offer students a welcoming, equitable learning environment.
Coffee with a Cop begins at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Starbucks in the Student Center. Officers of all ranks will be present to answer questions, hear concerns or simply get to know members of the UK community over a cup of coffee.
On this week’s episode of "Behind the Blue," hear about ongoing efforts to make the university a place where everyone feels a sense of belonging.
The University of Kentucky Human Development Institute CDC State Disability and Health Program called Project CHEER has partnered with Natalie Littlefield, of Lexington Division of the American Heart Association, to co-author “Promotion of Successful Inclusion of Individuals with Disabilities Through Universal Design in American Heart Association’s Health Programs.”
This year UK Recycling will be introducing the #BringontheBoxes campaign to celebrate America Recycles Day.
This week, the William T. Young Library will be lit with purple lights to show the University of Kentucky's commitment to a world without Alzheimer's disease and to commemorate the important work done by caregivers.
The panel discussion for prospective students, UK alumni and the gaming community will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, at Samsung 837 in New York.
University of Kentucky students, employees, patients and visitors are encouraged to consider the potential for significant traffic impacts Monday, Nov. 4, as the result of President Donald Trump’s visit to Lexington.
Kathy Bialk is the new executive director of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.
On this week’s edition of “Behind the Blue,” UK PR and Strategic Communication talks with Julian Vasquez-Heilig.