dean mark kornbluh

Dean's Channel: Keiko Tanaka and Huajing Maske on Year of China

Keiko Tanaka and Huajing Maske share the excitement centered around this year’s Passport to the World initiative on China.

UK Students Receive a Lexington Primer

UK geography professor Richard Schein hopes to shed some local, Lexington light on students this fall with a Community 101 class

Dean's Channel: Geography Professor Rich Schein discusses Community 101

Mark Kornbluh continues his Dean's Channel series with a conversation with Department of Geography professor Rich Schein, who is teaching a new course this semester - Community 101. A class that will connect students to Lexington history, culture, modern issues - and most importantly, why all of that should matter to them.

A&S Alumni Speaker Series: Former Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry

Former Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry delivers his speech "Things I Wish I Knew in College" to a crowd of listeners at the Singletary Center for the Arts on September 28, 2011. Introduction by Dean Mark Lawrence Kornbluh

Dean's Channel: Professor Gang Cao and the Center for Advanced Materials

Dean Mark Kornbluh continues his Dean's Channel series, sitting down with professor Gang Cao from the Department of Physics & Astronomy and Director of UK's Center for Advanced Materials. They discuss the great benefit of UK housing its own helium liquefier as well as a number of other advances with materials research.

Dean's Channel: A&S Wired with Cristina Alcalde and Jeff Rice

University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences Dean Mark Kornbluh sits down with professors Cristina Alcalde and Jeff Rice to talk about A&S Wired Residential College. Along with Psychology professor Nathan DeWall, Alcalde and Rice serve as co-Directors of UK's newest Living Learning Community. For more information on A&S Wired, visit A&S Wired is the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Residential College. The goal of the A&S Wired Residential College is to foster an environment that steeps students in the traditions of the liberal arts but harnesses the power of the digital age. This residential community will prepare students for the future by providing them with a flexible and dynamic skill set, instilling social responsibility, and enhancing their ability and freedom to co-construct knowledge globally and digitally.

Campus Conversations: Capilouto Energized by Meeting at Arts & Sciences

President Eli Capilouto believes the size and diversity of the College of A&S is an advantage


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