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A&S Student Recognized for Exceptional Service

Andrew Ritzel won this year's Sullivan Award for his work in the Alternate Spring Break Program.

Political Science Major & Athlete Grace Trimble Named Truman Scholar

Political science junior and UK Women's Tennis player Grace Trimble has been named a 2014 Truman Scholar and will receive $30,000 to conduct graduate work in areas of public service.

Expanding Our Living Learning Programs

Eric Monday examines the incredible growth of UK's Living Learning Program, including the College of Arts & Sciences' A&S Wired program.

Alliance of Nine Universities Seeks to Improve Diversity in STEM Fields

The University of Kentucky will lead a multi-million-dollar initiative with Kentucky and West Virginia universities to increase underrepresented undergraduates studying in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

A&S Undergraduate Wins Scholarship to Study at Oxford

Ryan Winstead, an English and gender and women's studies junior, has been awarded an English-Speaking Union (ESU) Scholarship presented by the English-Speaking Union Kentucky Branch.

Learning Lab Exhibit Showcases Interns' Work in UK Special Collections

Undergraduate Learning Lab interns, including history and anthropology major Katie Elmore, will showcase their projects today at 3 p.m.

Gaines Fellowship Awarded to 12 UK Scholars

Eight exceptional students in the College of Arts & Sciences haven been selected for the prestigious Gaines Fellowship Program.

Boxes and Walls: A Multicultural Exhibit of Oppression Through Time

CATalyst has teamed up with six other organizations to build a multicultural museum for students to explore and learn about oppression.

Cross Cultural Workshop to Explore Intercultural Experiences

Hosted as Natural Bridge State Resort Park on Saturday, March 29, the Cross Cultural Workshop will help students explore and understand intercultural experiences.

Chemistry Learning Center Devoted to Student Success

Students in introductory-level chemistry courses at the University of Kentucky now have a resource focused on their success. The General Chemistry Learning Center at UK provides introductory assistance to any student taking the courses, including Chemistry 105, with its inaccurate reputation for being a difficult class that "weeds out" students. Lisa Blue, the center's coordinator, says students need to know that help is available.

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