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Late University of Kentucky agricultural economics professor Russell Brannon was a leader in his field. He spent his career internationalizing teaching, research and extension. When he passed, his wife Janice knew the best way to memorialize him would be to make sure he remained an influential force in the lives of UK students through a charitable gift.
The University of Kentucky International Center (UKIC) is seeking nominations for the 2023 UK Global Impact Awards (GIA). Nominations are being accepted now through March 13, 2023.
Established in the spring of 2020, the Global Engagement Academy (GEA) offers free professional development for faculty and staff to build cross-cutting competencies in international education and engagement. Since the program’s inception, 234 UK faculty and staff have participated in the 90 sessions that have been offered so far. The spring 2023 GEA will help past participants build on the foundational knowledge of previous courses, while welcoming new participants just getting started.
Today, NAFSA: Association of International Educators announced that the University of Kentucky is among seven U.S. universities and colleges selected to receive a 2023 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization.
Mosoka P. Fallah, Ph.D., University of Kentucky alumnus and a 2014 Time Magazine Person of the Year, will serve as the keynote presenter for the Global Health Case Competition.
Researchers at the University of Kentucky and Hebrew University in Jerusalem are partnering to study the complexity of the human brain. Specifically, researchers will test whether new, so-far unknown proteins exist in the brain.
A decade ago, a chance interaction changed Robert Williams’ life.
Four graduate students in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering traveled to Berlin, Germany to present their work at the Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing in October, 2022.
The University of Kentucky is proud to be participating in a new program to support displaced students in Kentucky. The Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) and the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) have launched the Kentucky Innovative Scholarship, which offers scholarships to displaced students pursuing an undergraduate degree in Kentucky.
UKinSPIRE (Seeding Partnerships for International Research Engagement) is a new internal funding opportunity for University of Kentucky faculty, jointly funded by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the UK International Center (UKIC).