Karen Rignall (Assistant Professor of Community and Leadership Development) Karen Rignall (University of Kentucky) "Environmental Change as Uneven Development: Land Use and the Struggle Over... @ Classroom Building Rm.204
Dr. Kevin Rottet (Indiana University) Public Lecture: "Celtic Languages in Historical and Contemporary Perspective" From the mystique of the Arthurian Romances with its knights, swords and... @ J.F. Hardymon Theater (Davis Marksbury Building)
Vincent J. Del Casino, Jr. (Professor of Geography and Development) Vincent J. Del Casino, Jr. (University of Arizona) UK's Deparment of Geography Alumni Lecture. @ William T. Young Library Auditorium
Critical (Mini-) Geography Conference Held both on Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24 at 4pm. @ Classroom Building Rm.204
Critical (Mini-) Geography Conference Held both on Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24 at 4pm. @ Classroom Building Rm.204
Clair Clark (Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science) Clair Clark (University of Kentucky) "A 'Geographic Cure' : Alcohol History and the Digital Humanities". @ Classroom Building Rm.204
Kendra McSweeney (Associate Professor of Geography) Kendra McSweeney (The Ohio State University) @ Classroom Building Rm.204
11/09/15 to 11/13/15
Dr. Chris Montgomery (University of Sheffield, England) Compressed Course: "Mapping Variation: An Introduction to the Use of Geospatial Tools for Linguistic Analysis" (A&S 500-003) This one-week, one-credit compressed course focuses on mapping variation... @ Oliver H Raymond Building, Room C226
Dr. Chris Montgomery (University of Sheffield, England) Public Lecture: "The role of perception in the 'creation' of dialect areas" @ UKAA Auditorium (W.T. Young Library)
Kevin Ward (Professor of Human Geography, School of Environment, Education, and Development) Kevin Ward (The University of Manchester) "Urban Policies on the Move". @ Classroom Building Rm.212
GeoJeopardy! @ Classroom Building Rm.204
Dr. Victor Friedman (University of Chicago) Public Lecture: "The Romani People and Their European Context" Although the Romani language originated in India, it took its definitive shape... @ UKAA Auditorium (W.T. Young Library)
Nicole Gasparini (Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences) Nicole Gasparini (Tulane University) “Distinguishing Between Climatic and Tectonic Influences on Topography: Best... @ Slone Building Rm.303
Dr. Karlos Arregi (University of Chicago) Public Lecture: "The Basque Language and People – intriguing origins, complex context" @ TBD
10|06|15 - Panel of Experts Discusses Refugee Crisis in the Middle East, Europe -

The images of untold thousands of people — many of them children — escaping the horror and despair of the war-ravaged Middle East are seared in the memories of anyone even semi-aware of global events in recent months.

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09|17|15 - Oaxacan Summer with SURCO -

Lindsey Funke, a student in the College of Arts & Sciences participated in College'

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09|14|15 - With New Living, Comes New Learning: LLP Continues to Expand -

With a new era in student living well underway on the University of Kentucky campus, so too is a new era of learning. This is an era that fosters learning beyond the classroom

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08|31|15 - Apply for Special Collections Learning Lab Internships Now -

One week remains for students to apply for the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) Learning Lab internship.

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08|25|15 - UK Student's Map Project Becomes Resource for Under-resourced Young Moms -

What started as a project in a University of Kentucky geography course is now a resource for young single mothers across Lexington.

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08|10|15 - Geography Journal Receives High Marks -

Susan Roberts, Associate Dean for International Affairs and Director of the International Studies Program for the College of Arts and Sciences, serves as co-editor for the journal Progress in Human Geography.


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08|03|15 - The Books That Shaped Them -

Who said reading only had one season? Sure, fall is approaching and life is getting busy, but an interesting book could be the perfect way to wind down after those jam-packed days, or to inspire you for the week ahead.

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07|17|15 - The Books That Shaped Them -

Summer: a time to catch up on neglected projects, reconnect with old friends and tackle that summer reading list.

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07|13|15 - UK Experts Featured in C-SPAN's 'Lexington Weekend' - This weekend Lexington will be in the spotlight as C-SPAN airs coverage of the city as part of its "2015 C-SPAN Cities Tour." Viewers of "Lexington Weekend" will learn about the city's rich history, as well as the community's non-fiction literary culture on programming - more...
07|08|15 - Seven UK Students Named Fulbright Recipients - University of Kentucky Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced that a seventh UK student has been named a recipient of Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarships. - more...
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