, Dr. Adam Milewski & Dr. Neda Zawahri @
in 303 Sloane
, Various artists performing traditional mountain music @
in Various including ArtsPlace, 161 North Mill Street, Lexington, KY, Al's Bar, Willy's Locally Known, and Windy Corner Market
, Dr. Lisa Conley, Keynote Speaker @
in W. T. Young Library
, Rebecca Klenk @
in Niles Gallery
, Robin Vanderpool, Kang Namkoong, and Michelle Justus Talbott @
in UK Appalachian Center, 624 Maxwelton Court
Thirteen University of Kentucky students took home top honors at the Kentucky Academy of Science 100th Annual Meeting in November, including eight students in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Sean Bemis put his hands together side by side to demonstrate two plates of the earth’s crust with a smooth boundary running between them. But that boundary is not always smooth and those plates do not always sit together neatly, which makes the earth’s crust a dynamic and complex surface.
Undergraduate instructional assistants within one of the university's newest Living Learning Programs, STEMCats, use their past experiences to mentor incoming UK students.
Whitney M. Young scholars gain valuable college experience in the classroom and beyond during the summer institute.
Graduate student Edward Lo studies the sediment patterns and hydrology of a region in Brazil called the Pantanal, which is the world’s largest freshwater wetlands. Often American geologists base their research on a region within the U.S. One of the many things that makes Lo and his work unique is his commitment to research abroad.