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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.
Sean Bemis, an assistant professor in Earth and Environmental Science, studies the deformation of the tectonic plates that make up the earth’s crust. When he’s not out in the field “playing in the dirt,” as he would say, Bemis is in his renovated lab space in Slone Research Building, which is where we caught up with him for some photos....
On Thursday, October 30th the departments of Chemistry and Physics/Astronomy met for their first annual “Spooktacular Celebration”. The afternoon event included a chili cook-off judged by all in attendance by ballot. There was also a costume contest which was judged by Brad Harrington, Stacey Wilks and Marc Heft, all members of the College of Arts...
AMS 250/AMS 350 - Basic course cadets gain hands on experience with the skills and procedures they have learned in class. The MS3 and MS4 classes prepare and execute the weekly leadership labs for basic course. >>>View Gallery At Link Below<<< www.flickr.com...
The 9/11 vigil is an annual event conducted by the Pershing Rifles to commemorate those affected by the 9/11 terrorist attacks, those who served in Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and currently serving in Afghanistan. The ceremony begins at 8:46 am (when the first tower was hit) and lasts until 5:00 pm. Throughout the day, cadets read the names...
April 2014 the Hilton Lexington, KY with Colonel James R. Crider as the Guest Speaker and Wall of Fame Recipient. >>>View Gallery At Link Below<<< ww.flickr.com/photos/ukartsci/sets/72157648755144420/
In celebration of National Chemistry Week, the University of Kentucky Department of Chemistry presented a demonstration show on Friday October 24, 2014. This fun-filled evening has become a much-anticipated annual event. Students of the department inform, entertain and amaze the audience of all ages with a variety of demonstrations of the color,...

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