Author Archives: Randolph Hollingsworth

About Randolph Hollingsworth

Formerly, an academic administrator at the University of Kentucky, affiliate faculty in the History Department and in Gender & Women's Studies, as well as with the UK Center for Equality and Social Justice. Now an independent scholar.

New Undergraduate Certificate Programs Approved this Spring

At the May 7, 2018, University Senate meeting, the Faculty approved three new undergraduate certificate programs. Undergraduate certificate programs offer our students a convenient and flexible way to earn credentials for career advancement. All are cross-disciplinary clusters of courses integrated … Continue reading

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A brand-new undergraduate degree rolling out this fall

During the most recent meeting of the UK Board of Trustees, a new undergraduate degree has been approved. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in United States Culture and Business Practices  will be offered within the College of Arts & … Continue reading

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Central Kentucky Summer Job Club Schedule

This just in from the UK Office of Philanthropy: The University of Kentucky (UK) Alumni Association, Fayette County Cooperative Extension Services, and UK Human Resources Staff Career Development are pleased to announce the Summer 2018 Central Kentucky Job Club schedule. … Continue reading

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KHEAA Seeks Central KY Outreach Counselor

The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) and the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation (KHESLC) have an immediate opening for an Outreach Counselor position in the Central Kentucky region. This position will serve 7 counties in Central Kentucky including: … Continue reading

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Cat Chat email newsletter

This just in from UK Parent & Family Association in SAL’s Student Services Center: Hello campus partners! Would your department or program like an easy way to communicate with parents and families of undergraduate students? Consider submitting information to the … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Certificate Programs at UK

The University of Kentucky’s undergraduate certificate programs offer our students a convenient and flexible way to earn credentials for career advancement. All are cross-disciplinary clusters of courses integrated in a way that identifies a set of skills or knowledge that … Continue reading

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Employment of Minors at UK – Policy Reminder

An update from Marty Jacks, University of Kentucky Human Resources Manager: The safety and wellbeing of our campus community is and always will be top priority. This includes younger workers employed during the summer months and throughout the year. As … Continue reading

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Kentucky showing increase in number of undergraduate credentials, degrees

This just in from the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education: State on track to reach goal of 60% of working-age adults with a postsecondary credential by 2030 CPE report shows 7.4 percent increase in undergraduate credentials, degrees (FRANKFORT, Ky.) — … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Research Annual Showcase, April 25

The Office of Undergraduate Research staff invites you to attend the 12th Annual Showcase of Undergraduate Scholars next Wednesday, April 25 from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM at the WT Young Library. The Opening Ceremony will open with recognizing the … Continue reading

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