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The Committee on Social Theory Presents: William Nericcio

 

 

"Chicanosmosis and the Transnational Imaginary (Imaginary): 21st Century Mextasy in and Beyond the Ivory Tower"

Dr. William Nericcio Professor of English and Comparative Literature & Chicana/o Studies San Diego State University

April 24, 2015 University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

The Committee on Social Theory Presents: Floya Anthias

 

 

"Transnational mobilities and translocational belongings: reflecting on identities and inequalities"

Floya Anthias Professor of Sociology University of East London

April 3, 2015 University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

Real World Sustainability: Greenhouse Students in the Community

Achieving environmental sustainability requires creativity and active involvement, not just understanding. Greenhouse students who took Mary Arthur’s 1-credit course, “Real World Sustainability: Stepping into the Community” during the spring 2015 semester share their experience in this video. The course provided students with the opportunity to learn how others have developed new ideas in the service of sustainability, and how they are implementing those ideas through the development of various types of organizations.

For more information, visit: greenhouse.as.uky.edu/

Special thanks to The Plantory, another wonderful Lexington organization, for letting us in to film one of our interviews. plantory.org/

Merit Weekend 2015

The College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers the opportunity to work with renowned faculty in over forty varied departments. From Economics to Earth and Environmental Studies, A&S offers a hands-on educational experience, preparing you for a successful career after graduation.

Merit Weekend 2015

The College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers the opportunity to work with renowned faculty in over forty varied departments. From Economics to Earth and Environmental Studies, A&S offers a hands-on educational experience, preparing you for a successful career after graduation.

JHFE Scholarship

The Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence Scholarship aims to encourage and support Jewish Studies on the University of Kentucky campus. Students selected to become JHFE scholars will declare and commit to completing a minor in Jewish Studies in a maximum of four years. They will also attend and participate regularly in Jewish Studies programming on campus. As part of the JHFE scholar experience, they will be expected to participate in an original scholarly research project under the guidance of a Jewish Studies faculty mentor. This experience will include work helping to build, index, and make accessible the growing Kentucky Jewish Heritage Oral History repository. Any undergraduate who will pursue a Jewish Studies minor is eligible to apply.

See what these students have to say about their experiences.

To apply, visit: jewishstudies.as.uky.edu/jhfe-scholars-application

A Day in the Life of a UK Student: Jan. 16 & 18, 1911

In celebration of the University of Kentucky sesquicentennial, UK Special Collections Research Center is releasing the diary entries of former student Virginia Clay McClure.

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