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The College is committed to raising consciousness, comfort and competency towards diversity and inclusion.

The Health Literacy Colloquium series is a distinctive program with the goal of increasing knowledge of basic health issues among Kentuckians.

The College formed the Innovation Network for Entrepreneurial Thinking (iNET) to provide interdisciplinary undergraduate entrepreneurship education and experience.

Life at UK goes far beyond the classroom setting. The College is fully engaged in the state, country, and world we serve.

Sharon Burton, publisher of The Farmer’s Pride and Adair County Community Voice, will receive the award Sept. 29 in Lexington, at the annual Al Smith Awards Dinner of UK's Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues and the Bluegrass Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

After a diagnosis at 11 years old, UK sophomore Jessica Waters founded her own nonprofit — dedicating thousands of hours to community service and raising thousands of dollars for children like her. This summer, she received presidential recognition for her service in the nation's capital.


When David Stephenson isn't teaching at UK, advising Kentucky Kernel photographers or freelancing, the award-winning photojournalist is racing the "thoroughbreds of the sky." And he's capturing the beauty of their flight for his nearly 17,000 social media followers.


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