ANT 242: Origins of New World Civilization with Scott Hutson

This course introduces students to the most compelling native cultures—Aztecs, Incas, Maya, Puebloans and more—in North and South America prior to 16th century European colonization. The goal is to understand how native peoples went from small nomadic groups to complex chiefdoms, states and empires with massive cities, abundant food resources and spectacular arts.

'Global Classroom' Increases Student Opportunities for International Experience

As university graduates increasingly require international perspectives, skills and knowledge, UK is using a new program called Global Classroom Connections that allows students to use new technologies to gain international experiences independent of financial or other constraints.

UK Archaeologists Survey Ky. Revolutionary War Site

UK archaeologists are undertaking a geophysical survey and limited excavations at the site of Fort Boonesborough on the Kentucky River in May.

Sarah Gooch

UK junior Sarah Gooch is one of only 161 recipients of the National Security Education Program Boren Scholarship. The Boren Scholar, from Georgetown, Ky., will use the $20,000 scholarship to study and teach in Japan in the fall.

UK Students, Alum Named Fulbright Recipients

Two A&S students, Amanda Gatewood (English) and Veronica Miranda (Anthropology) to receive Fullbright Scholarships.

Insecurities of Money

A lecture by Jane I. Guyer given on April 20th, 2012 at the University of Kentucky Singletary Center.

Refugee from Congo is among UK's degree recipients-- Fraternel Amuri Misako

In a more peaceful world, Fraternel Amuri Misako would have been handed his doctorate during a ceremony at the University of Kisangani in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Instead, Amuri will wear his cap and gown at the University of Kentucky commencement ceremonies on Sunday.


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