Podcasts

Shale is the University of Kentucky's own undergraduate literary arts journal. Comprised of fiction, poetry, and visual art from talented UK students, Shale is published once a semester to much fanfare. Part of that fanfare is the traditional reception, an event that is free to attend to an art-loving public. Students published in Shale, fans of the magazine, and a number of faculty members meet to celebrate another successfully assembled issue, as well as share their work in a public reading.

In Spring of 2014, Shale put together its most...

Published August 22, 2014
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/Lex%20Engaged%20with%20Lynn%20Philips%20and%20Rosie%20Moosnick.mp3

In Fall of 2015, a new initiative to connect campus and community will open its doors. LEXengaged, a Living Learning Community connecting undergraduate students to the city of Lexington, will welcome its first students. Lynn Phillips and Rosie Moosnick, faculty advisors and co-directors of the program, explain LEXengaged and the inspiration behind it. 

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.
 

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Published July 30, 2014
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/3DrGregOnMedVAW073014_%282%29.mp3

Dr. Greg Davis at WUKY discusses Carol Jordan's research. She is the executive director of the Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women, housed in the UK College of Arts & Sciences. 

You can listen to the original interview on WUKY here

Published July 30, 2014

This summer took a different turn for Nathan Moore, an English undergraduate student with a minor in African American and Africana Studies, as he headed to New York City as a...

Published July 30, 2014

From childhood, Susan Gardner has had an interest in how the world works, developing a sense of curiosity that would later fuel her work and inspire her research.  Recently, Gardner, a professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy, played an important role in a study that...

Published July 3, 2014

Noticing a lack of literature on volunteerism in South Africa, Sociology graduate student Sara Compion decided to focus her studies on home. Within her research, Compion began investigating connections between volunteering and democratization while also exploring why many South Africans volunteer, titling her dissertation “Volunteering and...

Published June 26, 2014

English courses introduce students to skills beyond analyzing novels - teaching them how to interact and connect with other students and improve their skills of analysis. This skill set is useful beyond the classroom, helping former students to succeed in their occupations and as they continue their occupation.  In this podcast, Rachael Gilley, an English undergraduate student, and Jaclyn Spraetz, a 2009 Secondary English Education graduate, discuss how Spraetz's background with English courses impact her daily life. 

This podcast was produced by...

Published June 11, 2014

In August 2016, the University of Kentucky will be welcoming a new icon to campus with the opening of the Academic Science Building. Focusing on integration across scientific fields and levels, the Academic Science Building will celebrate the relationship between research and learning while providing new opportunities for students. In this podcast, Mark Kornbluh, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, discusses plans for the Academic Science Building and how it will emphasize the importance of...

Published June 3, 2014
https://www.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/Year%20of%20the%20Middle%20East.mp3

The University of Kentucky's Passport to the World series is entering its fifth year and with that anniversary comes a number of exciting announcements. This upcoming year the program will highlight an entire region - the Middle East.

Professors Janice Fernheimer and Paul Chamberlin are at the helm of The Year of the Middle East, which begins in the Fall 2014 semester, and they have ambitious plans for the program over its yearlong...

Published May 21, 2014

Medical standards and procedures have been sharply influenced by the past - shaped by social context and a great deal of trial and error. A new course, GWS 309: Health, History, & Human Diversity, will focus on how health care and the medical field has been shaped around social constructions of gender, race, and diversity throughout its history, continuing to play a role in contemporary medicine. In...

Published May 20, 2014

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