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Calling all alumni, faculty, staff, parents, students and fans of the University of Kentucky. Together, we can make an enormous impact by supporting the campus community through "One Day for UK." During the 24-hour campaign, donors are encouraged to give to the college, unit or cause of their choice.
UK doctoral student Kirtley Amos has earned a prestigious research award from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Executives and University of Kentucky MBA alumni and students from Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Lexmark, UK HealthCare and 3M lead a stellar panel of speakers.
The UK Department of Chemistry's Travis Schuyler, a doctoral candidate, and Professor Marcelo Guzman have measured environmental variables during high-altitude, unmanned aerial vehicle flights for the first time, reaching a better understanding of meteorological conditions to enable the next generation of weather forecasting models.
The campus community is invited to attend the finals of GradTeach Live!
Classical guitarists Andrew Wilder and Xavier Jara will make their debut performance as a duo right here in Kentucky as part of UK's Guitar Series April 5, at Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church.
Dr. Claire Pomeroy will be inducted into the Gatton College Hall of Fame and Sarah E. Sanders will receive the inaugural Distinguished Young Alumni Award.
Violence Against Women tackles the complex topic of violence in women's lives by shedding light not only on the forms of violence that are widely discussed, but also on the lesser known forms of violence.
The University Joint Committee on Honorary Degrees is seeking nominees for the highest award the University of Kentucky bestows upon an individual, the honorary doctorate, to be presented at December 2019 Commencement.
UK's Plant Science Building will host a free seminar featuring Daniel Jacobson of Oak Ridge National Laboratory on Thursday afternoon, March 28.
Although her department chairman did not "want a woman to get a doctor's degree," Virginia Clay McClure of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, earned her doctorate in American history from UK in 1934.
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.