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Mark your calendars! On Aril 17, the University of Kentucky will rally alumni, faculty, staff, parents, students and fans to support the campus community through "One Day for UK." During the 24-hour campaign, donors are encouraged to support the college, unit or cause of their choice.
If you’re a University of Kentucky basketball fan, and who isn’t, you might recognize the name Nash. Charles “Cotton” Nash is known as one of the greatest college basketball players of all time. Nash played basketball and baseball at UK from 1961 to 1964. His jersey, number 44, hangs in the rafters of Rupp Arena.
Jeffrey Matthews, author and distinguished alumnus of UK, will be discussing his new book, "Colin Powell, Imperfect Patriot: National Intelligence, Torture, and the Afghan-Iraq Wars" on March 18.
The 2019 competition, held last weekend at Singletary Center for the Arts, awarded more than $740,000 in prizes to prospective UK Opera Theatre students.
In “Adolph Rupp and the Rise of Kentucky Basketball,” published by University Press of Kentucky, UK history alumnus James Duane Bolin covers all aspects of the coach’s life and career, allowing readers to discover the real Adolph Rupp.
Applications for student speaker will be accepted through March 26.
An information session today (March 6) will help UK students learn more about graduate fellowships offered through the university's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.
A department in UK's College of Agriculture, Food and Environment is receiving national recognition for its efforts in sustainability.
When William H. McCann entered UK's theatre department to pursue a master's degree, he was already 55 years old. This month, the playwright will celebrate two premieres of his work and a reading of a third.
This is the fifth annual Commonwealth Supply Chain Innovation Award, given by the UK Gatton College of Business and Economics and sponsored by SAS.
The central campus staple is currently undergoing a two-phase construction project that will result in a renovation of the third floor, as well as a completely new exterior façade of the building.
A UK College of Education research team has received funding from the National Collegiate Athletic Association for a project related to college athletes’ psychological well-being and mental health.
The Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching has released the second volume of its online journal, Greater Faculties: A Review of Teaching and Learning, an open access journal showcasing the observations and reflections of UK instructors.
UK’s inaugural Sustainability Pitch Competition will be held April 13.
Five students from UK placed in the Global Health Case Competition, which rallied both undergraduate and graduate students from various colleges to collaborate on revolutionary research.
A new study authored by David Chester, who graduated with a doctorate in experimental psychology from UK College of Arts and Sciences, delves deeper into sadistic tendencies and aggressive behavior. More specifically, the emotions that accompany aggression.
This year's event will take place Saturday, March 2, at William T. Young Library.
The Braceros Photo Exhibit at William T. Young Library explores the experience of Mexican laborers’ emigration as rendered by photographers who were uprooted.
A UK faculty member in the Department of Agricultural Economics is honored for his work nationally and internationally.
The latest class of inductees into a prestigious UK student-athlete honor society were honored recently at Rupp Arena.