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Continuing its dedication to further broadening multicultural offerings not only on the University of Kentucky’s campus, but also beyond, the University of Kentucky Confucius Institute (UKCI) will host a series of professional development seminars for K-12 teachers throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky beginning December 1.
On Thursday, September 27, a vigil will be held for Te'Niya Jones, a University of Kentucky student who passed away in a swimming accident while on an education abroad program this past summer.
During the Shoulder to Shoulder Global (STSG) brigade experience this summer, attendees conducted a survey of 40 homes in the El Bua community outside Santo Domingo, Ecuador. This research measured the 40 homes' water sources for presence of coliform bacteria.
The week of September 17-21 the International Center will host Impact Week: Know the World. Know your Impact. This week is full of events which will be offered in the Gatton Student Center and other locations on campus.
The International Center hosted a group of 12 nursing students from the British University of Cairo, who participated in the LOTUS Intensive Communication for Nursing Program.
Education Abroad & Exchanges (EA) at the University of Kentucky will be hosting its Fall Fair on Tuesday, September 18 from 3-6 p.m. in the Bill Gatton Student Center Grand Ballroom.
15 proud alumni met and reminisced about their time at UK with several current UK students at the first ever alumni reunion.
The University of Kentucky, in partnership with the Institute for International Education, hosted a Benjamin A. Gilman and Critical Language Scholarship Workshop.
Finding out your child is seriously ill would be heartrending for any parent. But what if your child became gravely ill at just 15 days old, and medical professionals gave you little hope that he would survive? What if those first few years passed, and your child never took his first steps and you had limited or no access to medical care?
Helping Babies Breathe is a neonatal resuscitation curriculum for resource-limited circumstances. It was developed on the premise that assessment at birth and simple newborn care are things that every baby deserves.