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  • University of Kentucky -Office of the President - Past Presidents
    Administration Past Presidents Maxwell Place Speech Requests Staff UK Jobs UK Regulations Address Office of the President 101 Main Building University of Kentucky Lexington KY 40506 0032 Phone 859 257 1701 Fax 859 257 1760 pres email uky edu Connect with me Connect with UK Some links on this site require Adobe Reader for viewing OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Staff 101 Main Building University of Kentucky Lexington KY 40506 0032

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/President/staff.html (2012-11-13)
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  • UK | Undergraduate Education | Course Exception Forms
    Who we are What we do Our Programs Councils Committees Presentations Find Us Contact Us FOR STUDENTS COURSE EXCEPTION FORMS To petition the General Education Exceptions Committee to accept one or more courses taken from other colleges or universities as meeting the requirements for one or more Graduation Writing USP or UK Core courses please select the approprate form below If you have any questions please contact Joanie Ett Mims at joanie ett mims uky edu or call 257 9039 Please run a new APEX audit to determine before submitting whether the UK Core or USP area for which you are requesting an exception is already fulfilled by another course Please determine before submitting whether you are requesting an exception for a general education UK Core or USP requirement graduation writing requirement OR a college requirement If you are requesting an exception for a college requirement Arts Sciences or Business Economics for example then you will need to contact your college s main advising office rather than pursue a general education or graduation writing requirement exception Your academic advisor can assist you with any questions USP Exceptions UK Core Exceptions Graduation Writing Requirement Exceptions FOR STUDENTS FOR FACULTY FOR ADVISORS

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/UGE/exceptions.html (2012-11-13)
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  • UK | Certificate in Global Studies
    your international engagement The Certificate of Global Studies will allow students to demonstrate their preparedness to live and work in a global community By taking a series of courses with an international focus that amplifies the global dimension of their majors by engaging in a credit bearing education abroad experience by enhancing their experience with a second language and by participating in internationally focused co curricular activities students will expand

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/UGE/Certificates/Global/ (2012-11-13)
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  • UK | Undergraduate Education | Our Programs
    and Mathematics Majors AMSTEMM is a program providing a community environment a network of support services and numerous academic enhancement opportunities to undergraduate students Assessment for Undergraduate Education Units In collaboration with the Office of Assessment the Office of Undergraduate Education is working to provide resources for academic support units regarding student learning assessment Center for Academic Resources Enrichment Services CARES CARES is a unit in the Office of Institutional Diversity which provides comprehensive academic support and enrichment services to aid in increasing the retention and graduation rates of underrepresented students Center for Academic Tutoring Services CATS creates an environment where all student athletes have the opportunity to maximize their academic personal and social growth and improve their post college quality of life Chellgren Center for Undergraduate Excellence s purpose is to advance and represent the University s commitment to excellence and diversity in undergraduate education Discovery Seminars are an exciting opportunity for first year students In the academic year 2011 2012 our faculty offered seminars on such topics as the environment leadership and religion and politics External Scholarship Office External scholarships and fellowships are awards that are funded by sources such as a non government foundation or government agency outside the University of Kentucky First Scholars Program addresses the unique challenges of students who are the first in their families to attend college and supports them as they obtain a degree through scholarships technology mentoring and programming The Gaines Center for the Humanities functions as a laboratory for imaginative and innovative education on the University of Kentucky s campus The Honors Program provides an alternative course of instruction for outstanding highly motivated students drawn from around the state and throughout the region and country The Robinson Scholars Program serves first generation college bound and college students who have demonstrated

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/UGE/programs.html (2012-11-13)
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  • UK | Undergraduate Education | UK 101
    the academic life of the University Through lectures discussions exercises and out of class assignments UK 101 helps freshman students articulate the purpose and nature of a college education at a research university articulate UK s expectations of its students gain an appreciation of the University s mission history and traditions develop skills for achieving academic success such as study strategies and library research skills increase awareness and use of campus resources reflect on personal and social issues that first year students often face in a college environment become involved in the total life of the University and form beneficial relationships with students faculty and staff The course meeting pattern is 50 minutes twice per week for 10 1 2 weeks Course Description for UK 201 Academic Orientation for Transfers This one credit hour course is designed to help transfer students adjust to academic life at the University of Kentucky Through lectures class discussions and out of class assignments students will articulate the purpose and nature of a college education at a research university become aware of the University s mission history and traditions demonstrate skills for achieving academic success such as information literacy identify personal skills and interests that complement career search or choice locate and use campus resources reflect on personal and social issues that transfer students often face in a college environment and form beneficial relationships with students faculty and staff Offered on a pass fail basis only The course meeting pattern is 50 minutes twice a week for 10 1 2 weeks Class Size Enrollment varies depending on the size of the assigned classroom typically 20 to 27 students are registered for each section Stipend Instructors receive a 1000 stipend through an overload or through other means established by the Division of Undergraduate Education Qualifications 1

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/UGE/uk_101.html (2012-11-13)
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  • UK | Undergraduate Education | Experimental Course Requests
    for formal approval We encourage faculty to be experimental in their approaches while also ensuring that the course meets the learning outcomes for UK Core course area as defined by the relevant course template All requests for teaching an experimental course under a UKC prefix must include the following components The UKC Course Submission Form doc This form should contain the signatures of the proposer the proposer s Chair and the appropriate college official in charge of curriculum An email trail and forwarding from the appropriate college official will be acceptable proof of approval as well A completed Course Review form for the area to be addressed e g Inquiry in Humanities This insures alignment with the area template These forms are available from the UK Core website at www uky edu GenEd faculty A course syllabus that addresses all learning outcomes from the relevant course template The syllabus must also conform to Senate Syllabi Guidelines The proposal should be submitted to Mrs Sharon Gill in the Office of Undergraduate Education at Sharon Gill uky edu GENERAL POLICY CONSIDERATIONS All proposals will be posted to GEOC for at least 48 hours before the Associate Provost makes a decision This will provide GEOC Committee members an opportunity to view and provide input to the Associate Provost prior to approval Courses must be given approval at the departmental and college level prior to seeking approval from the Associate Provost to ensure that resources are in place to teach the course Experimental UKC courses may only be taught twice after which they must be submitted as new courses through regular curriculum channels prior to being taught again UKC courses like all UK Core courses will be expected to participate in UK Core Assessment programming UKC courses should not generally be utilized as a

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/UGE/experimental.html (2012-11-13)
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  • UK | Undergraduate Education | Dual Credit Program
    for intrusive intervention when a high schooler takes a UK course providing a more rigorous and consistent advisement including an academic career plan based on that student s overall preparedness for UK not just test scores and grades UK s outreach programs which currently deliver challenging and innovative programming in Kentucky schools will provide a seamless pathway to admission to the state s flagship institution and offer especially those high caliber students with low socio economic status and or underrepresented minority status who are excelling in those learning experiences to continue in their academic career with nationally ranked faculty here at UK UK s students who are continually enrolled in a UK dual credit program and who transition from non degree seeking status after high school graduation to a full time degree seeking status at UK will be counted as first time freshmen and thus included in UK s official retention and graduation rates helping to raise UK s national standings A UK Dual Credit Program builds an academic connection between the UK faculty of a particular department and an accredited high school This connection allows students to take a course while in high school and get both high school and UK credit for it This opportunity for high school students should be transparent in its academic rigor and review The process and procedures should flow as naturally within UK s department and college curriculum development and review process as possible Documentation supporting that effort would be archived in the department college and Undergraduate Council In addition the UK Department associated with the course must evaluate it according to its own policies which it might tailor to specifically address the quality and academic rigor of dual credit courses The sponsoring UK Department may require more than the guidelines suggested 70

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/UGE/dual_credit.html (2012-11-13)
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