Calendar of Events
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CHS Researchers Featured in NATA News
A recent NATA News article featured Tim Butterfield, PhD, ATC, and Esther Dupont-Versteegden, PhD, and their research into the effectiveness of rehabilitative massage. Click here to read the article. (See page 22.)
CHS 2014 Fall Retreat Schedule
The annual CHS Fall Retreat is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, August 21 and 22, 2014. This year, the routine is somewhat different. The group meetings and welcome reception will occur on Thursday, August 21. The Committee meetings will occur on Friday, August 22. Please make every effort to attend the group meetings on Thursday and your scheduled committee meetings on Friday. Thursday events will be held in Lexington only; Friday meetings will be held in Lexington, but you can request phone or Skype arrangements with committee Chairs as needed. Please make sure to put the Thursday events and the Friday committee meetings that apply to you on your schedule. RSVP to Marie Poole. To view the schedule, click here.
CHS 2014-15 College Meetings
Below is the schedule for CHS College meetings for
2014-2015. Please place these meetings on your calendar. With the exception
of the August 21 and January 09 meetings, all are held from 12:00 – 1:30 on
Fridays in CTW 216 with connections to Morehead and Hazard.
The August 21 and January 09 meetings are part of more
extensive events; please hold these dates open and details will be provided
at a later date.
College Meeting Schedule:
Tee Off for a Good Cause - CHS Student Scholarships
Join us for the 6th Annual Scholarship Scramble, at the
University Club of Kentucky, September 12, 2014. Lunch is at noon with
tee-time at 1:00 p.m.
Dean Search - Leadership Profile
Campus News and Events
UK and Lexington Communities Invited to New Residence Hall Open House
The campus community — and broader Lexington community — are invited on Thursday, Aug. 14, to tour one of the newest additions to the University of Kentucky's continued campus transformation.
From 3 to 6 p.m. Aug. 14, the community
can tour Champions Court I residence hall on Avenue of Champions, next to
Memorial Coliseum. Champions Court I — includes 740 beds, along with a
high-tech classroom and community space. Champions Court II includes 427 beds.
The new complex will officially open for the fall semester along with the new
Haggin Hall and Woodland Glen I and II.