Calendar of Events
Note: More dates can be found on the CHS Sharepoint CalendarBack to Top
Two HHS Students in a Leadership Role with the UK Student Health Advisory Committee
Two HHS students have taken a leadership role with the UK Student Health Advisory Committee. Brittanie Mahanna is the Chair of the UK SHAC, and Kelly Snowden is serving as Co-Chair. SHAC is an active group of students who work with the University Health Service to provide important consumer/student input and makes recommendations to UHS and to the administration of the University relating to the Health Service budget, the student health insurance plan, recruitment of Health Service professional staff, health education, and any health related matter of interest to UK students.Back to TopNew Platform to Connect with Potential Collaborators
Researchers may now access the UK-specific KNODE portal to search for collaborators, particularly in the biomedical field, and their scientific content (pubs, grants, clinical trials, etc.). KNODE automatically generates and updates profiles, but one can still manually edit a profile. Researchers are able to “claim their profile” so that they can further edit them. For more information on KNODE, visit the website. Or to go right into searching via expertise, investigator name, or affiliation, visit click here.Back to Top
Check out this great article on iPod hearing loss prevention, written by
Anne Olson, Ph.D., CCC/A Audiologist .
.The article also recently appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader. Read it on UKNow.
Meeting with the Provost
The College meeting with the Provost has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, March 26, 1:00 – 2:00 in CTW 216. If you are able to make adjustments to your teaching schedule and/or other standing meetings and commitments in order to attend, please do so. This is an important opportunity for you to meet with Dr. Riordan.Back to Top
Open Invitation to Students - NCUR
Please pass this information on to your undergraduate
students and encourage them to attend NCUR as their respective schedules
allow. They are particularly encouraged to attend the social events that are
planned. Faculty are also invited to attend any portion of the program at no
“ALL University of Kentucky faculty, staff and
non-presenting students are welcome to attend conference events free of charge.
There is no need to register. This does not include access to meal tickets or
ticketed events. T-shirts will be available for purchase on-site. If ticketed
events are not sold out by the day of the event, non-registered UK students may
have the option of purchasing tickets. UK students are encouraged to volunteer.”
A reminder that we are still in need of faculty and
students to assist with managing the Graduate School Fair table Thursday, April
3, 2014 from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. Please bring any materials you would like
displayed on the table to Cynthia Byars and we will see that they are available.
Invitation to Teach Abroad
The Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS) has issued an invitation to University of Kentucky faculty to apply to teach abroad in Summer of 2015. Send inquiries to Tony Ogeden or to John Dizgun.
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Important Information from the UK CHS Office of Technology Services
The Office of Technology Services is facilitating the migration of CHS file servers to the advanced UKHC Data Center.
• The Data Center offers routine backups and strong security while providing administrative control to CHS IT staff and end users.
• The Data Center storage capacity can be expanded as needed for the college.
• Users will have access to individual storage space mapped to the H: Drive. With the H: Drive, you will have access to your documents from any computer joined to the UK network.
• Migration target – by end of February 2014.
Save the date: Saturday, March 22,
at the , .
at theCollege of Health Sciences
,Charles Wethington Building, Room 014
The UK Physical Therapy Career Fair will be held
Friday, February 21, from 9:30 a.m. to noon, on the 1st and 2nd floors of
CTW. Approximately 45-50 employers from around the region will attend. For more info, please contact Kara Lee, PT, DPT at
For more info, please contact Kara Lee, PT, DPT at218-0591 or email@example.com
2013 Hall of Fame & Student Recognition Dinner , from , .
from6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
,Baptist Health Hospital, Education Center Basement
.Registration to begin at 5:30 p.m.
Save the date: Friday, May 2, noon - 1:30 p.m., CTW 127, Commons.Back to Top
Good to Know
Presentation U! Faculty Workshops
Please join the Presentation U! Mentor Team and the Faculty
Fellows Spring 2014 cohort to learn more about assignment and rubric design,
teaching multimodal communication skills, and assessing multimodal assignments
across the disciplines and in your own classes!
Group Communication Skills
Presented in William T. Young Library Gallery
February 27th 2-3:30 pm
Repeated on February 28th 1-2:30 pm
Digital Communication Skills
Presented in Lucille C. Little Library Room 303
March 13thth 2-3:30 pm
Repeated on March 14th 1-2:30 pm
Assessing Multimodal Skills: Creating a Rubric and Grading
Presented in College of Nursing Room 213
April 10th 2-3:30 pm
Repeated on April 11th 1-2:30 pmBack to Top
Campus News and Events
UK Work-Life to Host Summer Camp Fair
Looking for a great summer camp for your children or grandchildren? The University of Kentucky Office of Work-Life will host its first Summer Camps Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, in the Student Center Grand Ballroom. This event is open to all faculty, staff, and students. The first 200 people to register will also receive a complimentary tote bag. Parents will have the opportunity to meet with camp representatives from more than 25 programs focusing on a variety of different interests, including art, sports and academics. Camps and activities from Fayette and surrounding counties will be at the event. Many camps are also offering early-bird prices, UK employee discounts, extended hours, and pre-registration for those who attend the fair. Read the article on UKNow.