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  • University of Kentucky Mobile Homepage
    Agriculture College of Arts Sciences College of Communications Information Studies College of Dentistry College of Design College of Education College of Engineering College of Fine Arts College of Health Sciences College of Law College of Medicine College of Nursing College of Pharmacy College of Public Health College of Social Work Gatton College of Business Economics Graduate School Honors Program International Affairs Libraries Martin School of Public Policy Administration Patterson School

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  • University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto Homepage
    the University of Kentucky the flagship land grant university of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and a national leader in academics and research Since our inception in 1865 the University of Kentucky has been more than a public research University we have been home to the state s greatest aspirations an idea of a new and brighter tomorrow We are a community of global scholars committed to academic excellence collaborative scientific discovery and undergraduate and graduate student engagement With over 200 academic programs across 16 colleges and professional schools our world renowned faculty take a multi disciplinary approach to serving our community and are the foundation of progress and purpose for our Commonwealth We are a home away from home for a diverse community of students from all 120 Kentucky counties each of the 50 states and 115 countries worldwide Each student is an important part of the intellectual fabric and community that comprise the University of Kentucky We are a network of healers who provide regular medical care in our statewide affiliate network of health care agencies Our aim is that all Kentuckians can receive excellent care in their home communities But in times of especially critical need Kentucky families

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  • UK | Undergraduate Education
    be part of the international community at home and overseas Learn more about the certificate UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Each year the Undergraduate Showcase brings together students their faculty mentors and members of the community to learn about the types of research being done by students at UK Learn more about Undergraduate Research UK CORE The exhibition at the City Gallery from the Digital Media Space and Time course uses large scale images of landscapes like this one by Ben Mason to provide commentary and express a broadness of aesthetics and perspectives UK Core Classes HONORS PROGRAM Through its special curriculum and related academic activities the Honors Program provides an unusual course of instruction for outstanding highly motivated students Learn more about the Honors Program 1G FIRST GENERATION INITIATIVES First Generation Initiatives at UK leads a campus wide effort to recruit retain and graduate more first generation students at the University of Kentucky Learn more about First Generation Initiatives RETENTION Deans Provost Staff faculty and professional staff across the University are challenged to improve UK s first year retention rate and six year graduation rate dramatically Read more about Student Retention READINESS The Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education serves as the University

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  • UK Student Affairs | Home
    Issue Join us and learn about the ways that Hunger and Homelessness affect all of us Student Center Read more Big Blue Starters Meeting Monday Nov 12 Want to learn how to make your idea happen Need help turning your ideas into realities Join us each Monday 7 30PM in our office Curious or Experienced everyone s welcome to join in Big Blue Starters are students at UK from a wide range of disciplines who enjoy doing and building awesome things taking ideas and acting upon them turning them into realities We re doers and builders people with ideas people with no ideas curious minded business people engineers designers communicators or simply people who get things done No matter which college you re in or your major as long as you re interested in taking action and building things whether it s the next Facebook a non profit to save the world or simply an awesome event on campus we can help A S T E C C Read more Big Blue Crush Monday Nov 12 Give blood save lives and beat Tennessee in the 25th annual Big Blue Crush blood drive organized by the Kentucky Blood Center The drive runs Monday Nov 12th through Friday Nov 16th All donors will receive a T shirt and a 10 gift card Donors can also opt out of the gift card and instead donate it to the DanceBlue team of your choice The drive will be at the Singletary Center throughout the week as well as other locations Ralph G Anderson Tuesday Wednesday 10am 4pm both days W T Young Monday 12 30 6pm W T Young Wednesday 11am 4pm Johnson Center Wednesday 1 7 30pm and UK Medical Center Thursday Friday 8am 4 30pm both days Singletary Center for the Arts

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  • University of Kentucky - Counseling Center
    anything you read here you are welcome to call us at 859 257 8701 during our business hours 8 00AM 4 30PM Monday Friday We would be happy to talk with you Making an Appointment Helpful Resources Need Immediate Assistance Groups Workshops Online Screenings Audio Podcast Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on YouTube University of Kentucky Division of Student Affairs Counseling Center 201 Frazee Hall

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  • UK Alert - University of Kentucky Crisis Management and Preparedness
    UK Alert to communicate official information during an emergency or crisis situation that disrupts normal operation of the campus or threatens the health or safety of members of the campus community All University of Kentucky students staff and faculty are automatically registered in UK Alert with their official university e mail address We encourage students staff and faculty to add other contact information such as mobile numbers and personal e mails to their UK Alert accounts Parents media visitors and other interested parties may register for UK Alert on a voluntary self subscription basis UK Alert delivers messages to subscribers on a best effort basis to the devices registered by each user UK Alert is designed for use only when an incident disrupts normal campus operations or threatens the immediate health and safety of the campus community As such it is a personalized service designed to complement the other communication tools already used by the university to advise the campus community during other events crises or emergencies Examples include Broadcast emails to all official university e mail addresses University website Local news outlets Insight Cable channels 16 and 219 Effective emergency response requires personal preparedness and planning We encourage you

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  • University of Kentucky | Campus Tour
    a pioneer in the home economics field and director of the School of Home Economics from 1928 to 1956 It is home to the College of Agriculture s School of Human Environmental Sciences In addition to classrooms and offices the building houses an early childhood lab operated by the students and faculty of the Department of Family Studies the Lemon Tree a reservation only restaurant run by students majoring in hospitality management and dietetics the Lemon Twist deli and a student computer lab Erikson Hall also has food science labs and a textiles quality control laboratory which serve businesses and industries throughout the country Fine Arts Building The Fine Arts Building is located on Rose Street and is home to the College of Fine Arts and its four departments of Art Music Theatre and Arts Administration It includes the Tuska Gallery of Contemporary Art and the Guignol Theatre as well as a number of classrooms art studios small theaters and faculty offices Several productions are held here each year ranging from student directed projects to full theater productions Frazee Hall Frazee Hall is located on Administration Drive next to the Student Center It houses several offices including those of the Vice President Of Student Affairs and the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs the Counseling and Testing Center and the Violence Intervention and Prevention Center Originally the home of the College of Education it was completed in 1907 and known as the Education Building In 1931 it was named Frazee Hall to honor D F Frazee a former member of the UK Board of Trustees Funkhouser Building The Funkhouser Building was built in 1942 it was named to honor William Funkhouser chairman of the zoology department and dean of the Graduate School Funkhouser is known as the one stop shop for student services It houses the Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education the Office of Student Financial Aid the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and University Registrar UK Campus Housing Student Billing Services and the Office of Academic Scholarships It also has classrooms biology labs and interior design studios Funkhouser is home to the College of Agriculture s departments of Family Studies and Dietetics and Human Nutrition as well as the College of Design s School of Interior Design Garrigus Building The W P Garrigus Building or the Agricultural Science Center South is home to several offices that are part of the College of Agriculture Garrigus is named for Wesley Patterson Garrigus former associate director of the Experiment Station chairman of the Department of Animal Sciences and Man of the Year in Kentucky Agriculture in 1953 and 1964 The Departments of Community Leadership and Development Animal and Food Sciences and Equine Science and Management are housed in Garrigus There is also a working meats lab in the basement Gillis Building The Gillis Building was completed in 1892 as the Experiment Station and now houses The Graduate School Gillis many tenants over the years have included the natural history chemistry law hygiene and public health departments an infirmary and the registrar s office In 1978 it was named to honor Ezra Gillis the first university registrar who served from 1910 until his retirement in 1937 The Gillis Building also temporarily housed the President s Office after fire severely damaged the Main formerly Administration Building in 2001 Gluck Equine Research Center The Maxwell H Gluck Equine Research Center named for the building s benefactor and former owner of Elmendorf Farm is located in the southern part of campus on Nicholasville Road Part of the College of Agriculture the Gluck Center was dedicated in 1987 and houses offices of the Department of Veterinary Science It is the largest equine research facility in the world and four out of five of the major equine vaccinations were developed in this facility Grehan Building The Grehan Building was completed in 1951 and named to honor Enoch Grehan journalism faculty member The Grehan Journalism Building is home to the College of Communications and Information Studies and all of its divisions the School of Journalism and Telecommunications the Department of Communication and the School of Library and Information Science Future journalists can get their start working at the Kentucky Kernel the student newspaper or for the Kentuckian UK s yearbook Hilary J Boone Center Newly renovated and expanded the Hilary J Boone Center offers some of the finest meeting and dining facilities in Lexington Located in the heart of campus the center has more than 20 000 square feet of meeting and dining space The new upscale main dining room can accommodate 300 people for the most formal of events Expanded and renovated meeting rooms complete with wireless connections and new furnishings can easily hold up to 80 people And a new library bar area and side patio offer casual dining and meeting opportunities as well James F Hardymon Building The Hardymon Building houses the Alliance for Networking Excellence dedicated to excellence in computer networking education research and innovation the Laboratory for Advanced Networking a primary research facility and office space for UK s Information Technology unit James F Hardymon an alumnus of the UK College of Engineering is a former chairman and chief executive officer of Textron Corporation and currently serves on the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees Joe Craft Center The Joe Craft Center the 30 million state of the art basketball practice facility opened in January 2007 The facility houses the men s and women s basketball teams plus many administrative and UK athletics staff offices Located behind Memorial Coliseum the Craft Center is one of the premier athletic facilities in the nation Kastle Hall Kastle Hall was built in sections the first in 1909 and was completed in 1926 It originally housed the Department of Chemistry and was known as the New Chemistry Building It was named to honor Joseph Kastle a professor of chemistry Kastle Hall is now home to the Department of Psychology one of UK s largest undergraduate majors It has a nationally recognized research reputation in many areas including prejudice reduction prevention of substance abuse eye witness testimony animal cognition and social emotions King Alumni House The King Alumni House is home to the University of Kentucky Alumni Association which provides an on going connection between the alumni and the university community while developing positive goodwill support and loyalty to UK The King Alumni House has hosted receptions dinners and meetings for alumni and friends of UK There are also two spacious suites located on the second floor that contain separate bedroom and living quarters available for alumni use Kirwan Blanding Smith Baldwin Ingels Complex Nearly 6 000 students live in UK residence halls all of which have Internet access cable TV laundry accessibility and meal plans with unlimited choices and Plus Account options Some halls offer nine month living arrangements for students unable to leave campus between semesters Some residence halls are specialized Living Learning Communities where students share a common academic interest such as Honors Wellness German Arts Civic Engagement Global Village and New Economy Lafferty Hall Lafferty Hall was completed in 1936 as the College of Law It is named for William T Lafferty first dean of the College of Law It is now home to the Department of Anthropology and the Webb Museum of Anthropology Lancaster Aquatic Center and Seaton Center The Harry C Lancaster Aquatic Center and Seaton Center are located in south campus on Complex Drive The Lancaster Aquatic Center includes a 50 meter pool and other campus recreation facilities and is home to the UK Swimming and Diving Team The Seaton Center is home to the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion the Health and Wellness Program the UK Cheerleading Squad and some campus recreation facilities and related offices Law Building Founded in 1908 the University of Kentucky College of Law was one of the nation s first state law schools The nationally ranked college has been approved by the American Bar Association since 1925 and was elected to the Order of the Coif the most prestigious national legal honorary society in 1931 The College of Law building houses classrooms offices a 100 000 volume library and a 250 seat courtroom which is occasionally used by the Kentucky State Supreme court for hearings Lucille C Little Fine Arts Library The Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center is located in the central campus between Library Drive and Patterson Drive behind the Fine Arts Building It was built in 1974 as an addition to the original King Library and was known as King Library North A bridge connecting the North and South buildings was removed in 1999 and the Little Library was extensively renovated and reopened in 2000 In the basement of the library there is a state of the art computer lab consisting of 21 seat classrooms and a 32 seat general use area It currently contains dual 2GHz Power Macintosh G5 towers and a wide variety of software and peripherals targeted for multimedia projects Margaret I King Building The Margaret I King Building is located in central campus between Library Drive and Patterson Drive just behind Maxwell Place and is named for UKÕs first librarian The north side of the building is the home of Special Collections and Digital Programs which includes the Special Collections Library Archives Preservation and Digital Programs the nationally recognized Louie B Nunn Center for Oral History the Kentucky African American Encyclopedia Project and the Wendell H Ford Public Policy Research Center The south side of the building is being renovated and will become the Science Library Until the completion of the William T Young Library in 1998 the King Library served as the main library on campus Main Building Formerly the Administration Building Built in 1882 the Main Building is the oldest building on campus It originally housed the president s office classrooms which doubled as faculty offices the armory a chapel and a cafeteria At that time State College UK s earliest name required every student to perform two hours of community service each week In May 2001 workers were renovating the building when it caught on fire The fire left the building severely damaged and it underwent extensive reconstruction The Main Building newly rebuilt now houses the Office of the President and other top level administrators the visitor center classrooms and meeting rooms Maxwell Place Maxwell Place is the residence of the president of the University of Kentucky It was built in 1872 for Judge James Hillary Mulligan and named for Maxwell Springs which were located on the property It was sold to the university in 1917 by Mulligan s heirs along with 13 acres for 40 000 Frank McVey was the first president to live in the house Currently President Lee T Todd Jr and his wife call Maxwell Place home Todd became UK s 11th president in 2001 He is the sixth alumnus to hold the presidency McVey Hall McVey Hall is named for Frank McVey who served as UK president from 1917 to 1940 It was completed in 1928 Today it is home to UK s student computing center where most computer problems are repaired free of charge WUKY the nation s oldest university owned radio station and the Center for Computational Sciences Memorial Coliseum Memorial Coliseum is located on Avenue of Champions It was completed in 1950 as a war memorial for the 10 000 Kentuckians who died in World War I World War II and the Korean Conflict Today it houses the athletics administration and several coaches offices The Coliseum serves as the home location for UK s women s basketball and volleyball contests as well as gymnastics meets Memorial Hall Memorial Hall was built in 1929 in honor of Kentuckians who died in World War I Scrolls inside the building list the war dead by county The large fresco in the lobby depicts scenes from early Lexington and central Kentucky It was completed in 1934 by Ann Rice O Hanlon a University of Kentucky graduate as part of the Public Works of Art Project Today Memorial Hall is used for large classes common hour exams guest lectures performances Greek events and graduation ceremonies Miller Hall Miller Hall was built in 1898 and extensively renovated in 1994 It is named for Arthur McQuiston Miller the first dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and UK s first football coach Miller Hall is home to central advising services including pre professional and undergraduate studies honors classes architecture studios and a cartography lab Mining and Mineral Resources Building The Mining and Mineral Resources Building was dedicated in 1988 and contains mining engineering facilities for research and instruction that are among the most modern in the nation The building also houses the Kentucky Geological Survey the Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute and the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences coal group Among the research facilities in the building are ventilation tunnels used to gather information about air flow through mines and a mine electricity laboratory Thomas Hunt Morgan Biological Sciences Building The Thomas Hunt Morgan Biological Sciences Building is located on Rose Street at Washington Avenue It is named for Thomas Hunt Morgan a Nobel Prize winning scientist who is credited with laying the foundation for genetics today and houses the Department of Biology home to the largest undergraduate major on campus The Department of Biology is host to outstanding research programs in various fields across the spectrum of modern biology The department offers research opportunities training and instruction at all levels from postdoctoral to graduate to undergraduate North Neighborhood New North Dorm Living on North campus brings students close to many classrooms Memorial Coliseum Rupp Arena downtown Lexington Stoll Field the Singletary Center for the Arts and several eclectic shops on South Limestone This area features many places to eat including the Student Center Food Court Blazer Caf 233 Blazer Xpress a convenience store and other independent restaurants on South Limestone and Euclid Avenue North Campus is comprised of Blazer Boyd Holmes Jewell Keeneland Patterson and New North halls Oliver H Raymond Building The Oliver H Raymond Building was completed in 1994 and is home to the civil engineering department The Raymond Building includes civil engineering classrooms laboratories and computing facilities It is also the home of administrative offices and laboratories of the Kentucky Transportation Center which provides research expertise for improving the state s transportation system Patterson Office Tower and Patterson Statue Patterson Office Tower also known as POT was built in 1969 Its 18 stories feature some of the best views of Lexington It is named after UK s first president James K Patterson and houses offices for College of Arts and Sciences College of Social Work Honors Program the Dean of Students Office and various student resources including multicultural affairs and fraternity and sorority affairs POT is also home to Intermezzo caf eacute a popular eatery located on the mezzanine James Kennedy Patterson served as UK s first president from 1869 to 1910 Known as the grand old man Patterson was the object of frequent student pranks on one occasion students kidnapped his horse painted it with green stripes and put it in the chapel Despite the pranks Patterson was dedicated to the university using his personal savings to help establish the school He and his brother Walter provided a monetary gift for a statue of Patterson which was eventually sculpted by Augustus Lukeman at a cost of 25 000 It was dedicated in 1934 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Patterson s birth The statue has been relocated several times as the campus landscape has changed he now sits in the plaza outside of the Main Building and POT and greets visitors to campus as they leave the visitor center Pence Hall Pence Hall was completed in 1909 and was named to honor Merry Pence chairman of the physics department and designer of the building It originally housed physics and civil engineering departments Pence Hall now holds the only accredited architecture school in Kentucky with labs in Louisville and Italy Ralph G Anderson Building The Ralph G Anderson Building was completed in 2002 and is home to the Department of Mechanical Engineering It contains 60 000 square feet of useable space and includes instructional labs research facilities computer labs a student commons area and administrative offices The Anderson Building completed the university s initiative to develop a modern engineering complex The Department of Mechanical Engineering has a long tradition of innovation In the early part of the 20th century the faculty was widely known as pioneers in the field of air conditioning One of those pioneers was Margaret Ingels a 1916 mechanical engineering graduate from UK who was the second woman in the U S to earn an engineering degree and the first to earn a graduate degree in engineering Reynolds Building The Reynolds Buildings are located at the end of Scott Street on South Broadway Reynolds Buildings 1 and 2 contain studio space for the Department of Art as well as the metal arts program and the Barnhart Gallery Reynolds Building 3 houses the UK Supply Center The three Reynolds Buildings were originally tobacco warehouses Robotics Building CRMS Building Established in 1986 by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as the Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Systems the Center for Manufacturing is the premier source of manufacturing technological assistance for Kentucky s industries providing service to approximately 350 companies entrepreneurs and agencies annually The center conducts manufacturing research transfers manufacturing technology to industry and supports educational efforts in manufacturing S J Sam Whalen Building The Whalen Building houses the Consortium for Fossil Fuel Science the Kentucky Transportation Center s Environmental Analysis section and several research laboratories for the Department of Chemical Engineering The building is named for S J Sam Whalen a 1949 UK graduate in metallurgical engineering and a member of the College of Engineering s Hall of Distinction Scovell Hall Scovell Hall

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  • University of Kentucky - Boone Center
    heart of campus we have more than 20 000 square feet of meeting and dining space with the latest IT equipment The lovely décor helps create a warm and functional atmosphere for our members The Rose and Columbia Dining Rooms can seat 200 guests Four private rooms complete with wireless connections and modern comforts can seat from 16 to 135 people As well the library bar courtyard and terrace offer

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