A tremendous national honor for the all-around efforts and achievements of UK Baseball's Troy Squires.
UK's Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced that doctoral students Calah Ford and Lydia Hager and 2018 graduate Aaron Mueller have been selected to receive government-funded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. In addition, six other UK students were recognized by the NSF program.
If approved by the Council on Postsecondary Education, UK will offer five new degrees beginning as early as fall 2018.
The Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women (OPSVAW) in the College of Arts and Sciences has selected four graduate students to receive awards and support during the 2018 academic year. The students were selected following a competitive proposal process the OPSVAW holds each year. The 2018 academic year will see the office fund one research assistantship and three graduate fellowships through three funding mechanisms.
UK's Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced that four recent UK graduates and one doctoral student have been offered Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarships to do research and teach abroad.
The UK Board of Trustees has approved the establishment of five new academic degrees to begin in the fall 2018 semester.
Located in downtown Lexington, aerospace startup Space Tango describes itself as "a full-service solution to micro-gravity research and manufacturing.”
This spring the Office of the Vice President for Research sponsored two Ph.D. students, Kaylynne Glover and Alexa Johnson, to go to Washington D.C. for “CASE: Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering.” This three-and-a-half-day program offered these young researchers a firsthand view of Congress, the federal budget process and effective science communication.
UK's Office of LGBTQ* Resources has announced its endowed scholarships for undergraduates and research grants for graduate students.
Postdoctoral researchers and graduate students from all disciplines are invited to present posters and oral presentations, with a chance to win cash prizes. The deadline to submit an abstract for a poster presentation is Friday, May 18.
The University of Kentucky will honor its newest alumni today and Sunday at what will be the largest commencement in UK’s history. Watch live here as over 3,500 graduates participate in Friday and Sunday's ceremonies.
Graduate students from UK's Gatton College recently had the chance to experience the nation of Japan from an up close and personal perspective.
UK School of Music will host several summer programs to educate music educators and music therapists, as well as dancers and actors, how to integrate creative and student-centered practices into their work. Individuals interested in this training can choose from sessions in Modern Band, Orff Schulwerk and Dalcroze.
Maggie Campe, a doctoral candidate in the UK Department of Sociology and research assistant in UK’s Center for Research on Violence Against Women, is the inaugural recipient of the Lindsey M. Bonistall Research Fellowship from PEACEOUTside Campus. The research fellowship aims to promote peaceful and safe living environments in college communities.
The UK Disability Resource Center held its annual awards ceremony recently.
Three international students have been awarded UK's 2018 Viji Jeganathan Scholarship for Cross-Cultural Understanding for their dedication to promoting cultural diversity and inclusivity through involvement at UK.
Amanda Bunting, a doctoral candidate in the UK Department of Sociology, is one of 100 doctoral students in the U. S. and Canada selected to receive a $15,000 Scholar Award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood.
The Niles and Verdi String Quartets will perform a concert of 20th century music for string quartet at the second annual Festival de Paques in Deauville, France.
Alex Elswick and his family work every day to reduce the stigma or addiction and help people across the Commonwealth access the resources that can help them in their recovery. Alex knows firsthand what it takes, he's in long-term recovery from an opioid use disorder.
Two UK faculty members were honored for their outstanding contributions to teaching and scholarship at the 2018 Provost Awards ceremony held April 19.