Author Archives: Randolph Hollingsworth

About Randolph Hollingsworth

Assistant Provost, University of Kentucky

Diversity Weekend at UK – International Student Leadership Team and African Student Association

The International Student Leadership Team and UK’s African Student Association have organized a weekend festival called Diversity Weekend that will celebrate diverse identities and global perspectives at UK and in Lexington. This three day event, September 29 through October 1, … Continue reading

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Appalachia in the Age of Trump: Uneven Ground Revisited by Ron Eller, Sept 28th 6 p.m.

UK Department of History Alumni Lecture Appalachia in the Age of Trump: Uneven Ground Revisited Speaker: Ronald D. Eller, Distinguished Professor of History, Emeritus Date: 09/28/2017 When: 6:00pm to 9:00pm Where: Hillary J. Boone Center Originally from southern West Virginia, … Continue reading

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Workshop: Teaching with Open Educational Resources, Sept 28th 11 a.m.

Workshop: Teaching with Open Educational Resources When: Thursday, September 28, 11:00-12:00 Where: Presentation U! in the Basement Hub of WT Young Library Refreshments served, register at link below Amid the concerns about the costs of higher education are the escalating prices of … Continue reading

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African American and Africana Studies Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series 2017

The African American and Africana Studies department in the College of Arts & Sciences announces the offerings in the Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series for this fall. All lectures are at 12 noon in the MLK Center, 313 Blazer Hall. Upcoming … Continue reading

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SALutations! | Transforming our first-year experience at UK

Merriam-Webster:  Salutary [săl′yə-tĕr′ē]. Promoting or intended to promote an improvement or beneficial effect. Salutary neglect was a term used in the 17th and 18th centuries by the British to refer to their policies of ignoring strict enforcement of parliamentary laws … Continue reading

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#IAmAWomanInSTEM Service Projects in UK300 this Spring

This spring, as part of the #IAmAWomanInSTEM initiative launched in partnership with the American Association of University Women, several faculty and staff are teaching a 2-credit course, UK300: Leadership and Service Learning for the #IAmAWomanInSTEM Initiative. In addition to regular … Continue reading

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Teaching Science to Undergraduates – A Panel Discussion, Tuesday, 5 April, 5 pm

This just in from the UK Society of Postdoctoral Scholars: Academic Careers at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions: Faculty Perspectives from Sciences and Liberal Arts Tuesday, April 5th, 5-6:30 p.m. 114B Chemistry-Physics Building Professors from local liberal arts institutions will speak about … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATES: April 5-8 Dialog on Race and Education in the 21st Century – Central Kentucky MOSAIIC at Berea College

DIALOGUE ON RACE AND EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education, Berea College April 5-8, 2016 Information on registration discounts for UK faculty, staff and students coming soon! Pre-Conference Events: TUESDAY, APRIL 5 4:30 p.m. … Continue reading

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