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Topping Off the Academic Science Building

 

 

Arts & Sciences Dean Mark Lawrence Kornbluh speaks at the Topping Off Ceremony for the new Academic Science Building. The ceremony signifies the end of the structural phase and the beginning of the remaining phases of the construction process. The Academic Science Building is scheduled to open Fall 2016.

 

 

Dean Kornbluh Onsite at the Academic Science Building

 

 

Arts & Sciences Dean Mark Lawrence Kornbluh visited the Academic Science Building construction site to discuss its current progress and his excitement for what the facility means for the University of Kentucky. The Academic Science Building is scheduled to open Fall 2016.

 

 

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75 Years of Frontier Nursing University

Hosted by the University of Kentucky Appalachian Center University of Kentucky Worsham Theatre April 11, 2014

The panel discuss service learning by young people volunteering in Appalachia as couriers with the Frontier Nursing Service. Anne Z. Cockerham, professor of history and associate dean for midwifery and women’s health at Frontier Nursing University, will read from her just-published book, "Unbridled Service: Growing Up and Giving Back as a Frontier Nursing Service Courier, 1928-2010." Michael Claussen and Nancy Reinhart of the Frontier Nursing University will tell stories from the 86 years of the courier program. Health practitioner Linda Ahrens and recent courier Bryanna McClure will share experiences of collaboration.

Positive Potential: Valerie Sarge

 

 

Through Paul Laurence Dunbar High School's Math, Science, and Technology Center, high school senior Valerie Sarge is acquiring an impressive set of research skills before she even begins college. Valerie has been working with chemistry professor John Anthony at UK's Center for Applied Energy Research, and is looking at how agricultural byproducts might be able to be used in flexible, low-cost electronics.

 

 

Great Teachers Award 2014

Dr. Golding is honored for the 2014 Great Teachers Award.

Distinguished Professor Lecture - Richard Jefferies

The College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor Lecture recognizes the 2012-2013 recipient, Professor Richard Jefferies for his work in the Department of Anthropology.

New England Red

“New England Red” Kathleen Stewart, Professor of Anthropology, University of Texas

Keynote Talk, University of Kentucky February 16, 2013 11:30pm-1:00pm

On the Humanism of Networked Cities

“On the Humanism of Networked Cities” Malcolm McCullough, Associate Professor of Architecture University of Michigan

Keynote talk, University of Kentucky February 15, 2013 6:30-8:00pm

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