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Fading Appalachian Dialect Features

Dr. Kirk Hazen from West Virginia University discusses Fading Appalachian Dialect Features. This is part of the linguistics program speaker series.

Summarizing Sarikoli: Clint Parker Discusses Translating Chinese

Clint Parker is an undergraduate student in Chinese and Linguistics. Parker recently began work on a project translating a descriptive summary of a minority dialect called Sarikoli. The descriptive summary is in Chinese, and Parker is translating it into English.

This podcast was produced by Sam Burchett.

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Chemistry for Everyone: Pauline Stratman

Pauline Stratman is vice president of the Chemistry department's Graduate Student Association. One of the tasks associated with her position, and a personal passion for her, is doing outreach to the Lexington community. A special time for the Chemistry department to educate the community is during National Chemistry Week. This year it ran from October 16-22, and wrapped up at UK with their annual Chemistry Demonstration show, which is free and open to the public. 

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Dean's List Reception Fall 2011

Each semester, the College of Arts and Sciences honors its students which have made the Dean’s List. This semester, we talked with some of the honored students about their experiences at UK and how UK and a liberal arts education have helped them in their career goals.  Their varying majors, academic experiences, and plans for after college showcased the diversity of opportunities within the College of Arts and Sciences.

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UK Students Occupy Lexington

On October 5th, 2011, a group of students from the University of Kentucky joined a small march to the site of Occupy Lexington, a sister event to New York's ongoing Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. Students talk about their reasons for attending the event.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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