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A Late Night Tradition UK Students Love

Food, prizes, games, music & more will round out the annual Crunch Brunch event to help students de-stress in preparation for finals.

A&S Career Workshop

Workshop for possible career choices for multi-lingual students

Students Tackle Physics With iPads

 

The iPad is an amazing piece of technology that can take us anywhere we want to go. But, aside from being a portal to the internet, game console, and personal music machine (iTunes – you’ve probably lost count of the songs you’ve downloaded), it also has applications that can be functional in the classroom.

Wordcast #3: Twitter

In Wordcast #3, WRD 110 students Tyler Davenport and Elizabeth Kunnecke discuss the role Twitter plays in their reading and writing habits. Tyler and Elizabeth took their WRD 110 in the A&S Wired program, where all students use iPads in their courses. Yet, as they talk about in this brief interview, social media like Twitter can be useful for thinking about writing in lots of different ways.

Keeneland Students Study for the Cure

Achmad Hidayatullah, Connor Appelman and Devon Wilson, three students from A&S Wired, are organizing an event to take place during Dead Week. All Keeneland Hall residents are encouraged to study between 3pm and midnight on December 4th and 8th, 2011, for "Study for the Cure," a study-a-thon fundraiser that will benefit the Kentucky Children's Hospital.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman

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Students Tackle Physics With iPads

Mike Cavagnero's experimental A&S Wired research course on the science of measurement takes undergraduate physics to a whole new level.

UK Students Geocode Old Lexington

As part of his "GEO 164 iWorlds" class this past semester, geography professor Matthew Zook assigned students the task of geocoding photographs of streetscapes of Lexington from the first half of the 20th century.

Iraq Native Discusses His Experience

Mohammed Saeed, a Fulbright Scholar in UK's Department of Statistics pursuing a master's in public health in UK's College of Public Health will give an insider's perspective on the past, present and future of Iraq at UK next week.

Multicultural Student Thanksgiving Dinner Set Nov. 22

Come and eat a Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner with President Capilouto

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