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The Sri Lankan students at the University of Kentucky along with the UK International Center will host an event April 24 from 8:30- 9 p.m. on the courtyard of the Jacobs Science Building to show solidarity to the victims of the terrorist attacks that took place in Sri Lanka on April 21.
The International Center is participating in the very first One Day for UK campaign. This online campaign is a 24-hour day of giving during which supporters can give to the UK college, unit or cause of their choice.
UK international student Sofia Gonzalez was awarded the Emergency Student Fund Grant funded by the Institute of International Education (IIE) this year.
Five University of Kentucky students placed first in the fifth annual UK Global Health Case Competition. These students have been invited to represent the UK at Emory University's 2019 International Case Competition.
The UK International Center is now accepting application for the Viji Jaganathan Scholarship for Cross-Cultural Understanding.
Xiaobo “Max” Dong, an international student at the University of Kentucky, has been awarded the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) Ian C. Watson Fellowship for Membrane Advancement.
Jiaxun Bei, from Shenyang, has been able to become an impactful leader on campus in just a short amount of time.
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.