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University Health Service is committed to providing wellness services to students. UHS providers are here to help you find the care that is right for you.
Over 11,800 students have gained free online access to essential course materials and saved more than $1.48 million in textbook spending from 2017 through 2021, thanks to the University of Kentucky Libraries’ Alternative Textbook Grant Program that supports UK faculty to switch from commercial textbooks to openly licensed textbooks, library-licensed information resources and/or free course content created by grant recipients.
Tithi Basu Mallik, Ph.D., is at the helm of a partnership between the Stuckert Career Center and The Graduate School at UK — holding the first dual-embedded role between the two entities.
The outdoor event will take place rain or shine, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 624 Maxwelton Court. Yard games and refreshments will be provided. Students should bring a mask (in case some conversations need to be moved indoors).
This year’s Campus Responses to Sexual Misconduct conference, held virtually Sept. 30-Oct. 1, focuses on interventions that are designed to change campus culture.
Registration deadline is Oct. 1.
From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, Latinx Heritage Month will offer the campus community opportunities to celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of the Latinx community.
Raenae Moore became motivated to create long-lasting solutions for people with substance use disorders — particularly for those who came into contact with the criminal justice system.
Tomorrow, the university will commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11. UKNow invited those with personal stories or connections related to the attacks to share their memories.
Are you interested in the science of flight? A new degree program in the College of Engineering at the University of Kentucky will span air, sea and space travel — giving students the opportunity to make new discoveries. UK Engineering has been approved by the Council for Postsecondary Education to offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in aerospace engineering.
Vice President for Research Lisa Cassis thanks leaders for their service and announces new leadership positions with UK Research.
The University of Kentucky Joint Committee on Honorary Degrees is seeking nominations for candidates for honorary doctorates to be conferred at the next Commencement ceremony. The honorary doctorate is the highest honor bestowed by the university.
As the world continues to find a path to a sense of “normalcy” during a pandemic, University of Kentucky’s artists are navigating their own return to the stage. After more than a year of online and outdoor performances, UK’s music, dance, theatre and visual artists will find their way back to several in-person performances and exhibitions beginning this fall.
Earlier this morning, University of Kentucky Health Corps sent out an important update to all students who have not completed their entry testing.
The University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) has received a $23.5 million, four-year award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health.
A research study from a first-year summer project has evolved into a nationally recognized research paper for Evisa Bogdani, a Ph.D. candidate at the Von Allmen School of Accountancy at the University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics. “The Role of Assurance in Equity Crowdfunding” was recently featured in Forbes and is published in The Accounting Review.
The University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra has announced its 103rd season of concerts. The orchestra will return to an in-person public concert season with Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations” Sept. 24, at the Singletary Center for the Arts.
“Make no mistake, social workers and the work they do are vital to a well-functioning society,” Jay Miller, dean of the CoSW, said. “The college has really focused on ways to support social workers by expanding our reach.”
Growing up in Lexington, Ben C. Kaufmann was introduced to classical music earlier than most. His father made it a habit of taking his then-not-so-appreciative 10-year-old son to concerts on the UK campus. But what started out as an inconvenience, eventually would spark an appreciation for great music in the high school cornet player and a love for such masterpieces as “Rhapsody in Blue.” And a family tradition of service and philanthropy would later fuel a desire to champion the arts.
University Health Service is committed to helping students stay healthy and safe, this semester and always. Before making appointments this year, there are a few steps students should take to ensure they receive the best care possible.