We hope to have some photos to share with you shortly, in the meantime, you can look at other photos of the innovation, creativity and action that make up College of Arts & Sciences.
Undergraduate Anthropology major Chi Woodrich presents research and analysis of his wife's family's biennial reunion on April 3, 2014 at the National Council for Undergraduate Research 2014 conference held on the UK campus.  The session drew an audience of 55 and much applause for all three presentations.
Once a year, Detachment 290 invites cadets from the surrounding universities for a fun, competitive sports tournament. This year, we had the University of Miami and the University of Cincinnati come down to campus for sporting events including tug of war, ultimate frisbee, a 5k run, push-ups and sit-ups, and soccer to name a few. It's a great time...
Each semester, we come up with an engaging activity that uses our Air Force assets to complete some mission. Cadets will form groups of 5-6 cadets or we will do a large exercise with the entire cadet wing. This semester, we challenged our cadets to perform a humanitarian effort using maps and their knowledge to help a disaster stricken island...
Each year, we make a trip to Asbury University to use their Confidence Ropes Course. As officer candidates, we learn about trusting others with your safety and how to build up the courage to do something you might think you aren't able to do. This trip is a lot of fun for the cadets and it proves to be a great learning experience as well.
Introductory Chemistry can be a challenge, but Lisa Blue, an instructor within the Department of Chemistry, eases students' transition to college chemistry with the Chemistry Learning Center. It will serve students of General and Organic Chemistry: answer their questions, provide tutoring, and help students become more confident in their...



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