Homecoming 2010

<p><a target="_blank" href="http://www.as.uky.edu/news_events/events/Pages/HomecomingWeekend2010.asp... weekend festivities</a> are on the horizon, and a variety of opportunities to show pride in A&amp;S and UK are coming up. </p>

Craig McIntosh

Craig McIntosh

Cadet Spotlight

Kicking Off a Career of Leadership

by Andrew Batista

 

"Road to Resistance"

I had the honor of introducing the first installment of "Have You Heard From Johannesburg," a seven-part documentary that is showing one installment a week during this semester.

The first installment was called "Road to Resistance." To listen to my speech, click here.

"Road to Resistance"

<p>I&nbsp;had the honor of introducing the first installment of &quot;Have You Heard From Johannesburg,&quot;&nbsp;a seven-part documentary that is showing one installment a week during this semester.</p>

Susan Stonich

James Becker

James Crider

Professor James Albisetti on "UK at the Half"

James Albisetti, a professor in the history department, has been interviewed on the radio show "UK at the Half." It was aired during Saturday's UK vs. Florida football game.

To hear his interview, click here.

South Africa and Kentucky: Different Lands, Common Ground

There are going to be a lot of opportunities to foster international understanding this year. "South Africa & Kentucky: Different Lands, Common Ground," will provide the campus community as well as the general public with a closer look at the two societies’ rich histories and present-day conditions. The South Africa and Kentucky program covers topics across disciplines and formats: there will be a series of films shown, book reading groups, lectures and other presentations are slated for the 2010-2011 academic year, in addition to a course on South Africa and Kentucky.

The connections between South African history and the history of Kentucky will be explored throughout the coming year. South Africa has undergone one of the largest and most recent revolutions in our time. During this academic year, some of South Africa’s greatest social and political heroes will come to campus to interact with our students, faculty, staff, alumni and community.

South Africa and Kentucky: Different Lands, Common Ground

<p>There are going to be a lot of opportunities to foster international understanding this year.

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