It's a partnership unlike any other, relying on each other to complete pivotal projects and daily deeds, constantly working together to find solutions.
Stephen Voss is a frequently quoted analyst of Kentucky politics. In recent years, the University of Kentucky associate professor of political science has been interviewed by some of the most prestigious newspapers and broadcast news organizations in the nation,
The University of Kentucky Debate team competed in the 44th Run for the Roses. The Run for the Roses is a small round robin format tournament where eight of the top teams in the country were invited to compete against the top Kentucky team.
***EVENT START TIME DELAYED DUE TO TRAVEL ISSUES. 4:30 - 5 P.M. START TIME*** Just Transition not Toxic Prisons: the Fight Against Prison Building in Coal County
Please, join us in welcoming Panagioti Tsolkas as part of our UK Appalachian Center Speaker Series! This talk is entitled Just Transition not Toxic Prisons: the Fight Against Prison Building in Coal Country. Mr. Tsolkas will present his talk in Room 208 of the White Hall Classroom Building on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. He is the current Special Projects Coordinator at the Human Rights Defense Center in Lake Worth, FL, the Prison Ecology Project, has been the editor for the Earth First! Journal, and has worked on many other projects and as an activist. This is a free event and has been co-sponsored by the Departments of Sociology and Political Science.
This Sunday, the University of Kentucky community will tune in to see one of its own compete for the title of Miss America.
"For a chapter which did not even exist six-and-a-half years ago, we're doing pretty well."
The University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences has named Shaunna Scott as the new director of its Appalachian Studies Program and Christopher Barton as the new director of the Appalachian Center.