Dr. Yuha Jung is the editor of the first-ever Oxford Handbook of Arts and Cultural Management.
One University of Kentucky's December graduate will use her Ph.D. to help a group of professionals whose experienced trauma may often go unrecognized.
Through collaborative efforts across multiple colleges, the University of Kentucky kiln was deconstructed and successfully rebuilt on a new site in 2023.
The University of Kentucky’s very own Juan Trigos was awarded with the 2024 Azrieli Commission for International Music. Trigos, in his first year at UK School of Music, is a composer, conductor and assistant professor of music theory and composition.
Art studio alumna Brianna Armstrong (BFA '20) recently established the Alumni Award for Achievement (Big Steppa Award), in recognition of her School of Art and Visual Studies experience, in the spirit of giving back to others, and to help encourage current students.
Juan Saldivar, Jr., DMA student in the University of Kentucky School of Music, is elevating opportunities for Mexican and Mexican American composers through a new initiative. Through Border Bones, Saldivar and Velarde aim to increase trombone duet repertoire from rising marginalized and underrepresented composers.
UK School of Music Alum Renee Collins Cobb, M.Ed. of Room 17 Productions, Inc wins two Stevie® Awards in a ceremony held in New York City on November 10, 2023.
Launch Blue, under the Office of Technology Commercialization in UK Innovate, supports promising technology startup founders and university innovators in Kentucky and beyond. Launch Blue is creating Tech Showcases to highlight Launch Blue innovators, founders and teams. Paul Rodgers is one of the UK Innovators that has been spotlighted.
From Oct. 16 – 20, 2023, eight faculty members from the University of Kentucky School of Music traveled to Ionian University in Corfu, Greece, to participate in the first full exchange as part of a new bilateral relationship between UK and Ionian University.
UK Mega-Sax has released their latest album, "Stink, Stank, FUNK - 4.0," the follow up album to the "Stinkin'" series featuring UK students.